We let fear get between us and what we really want. It’s time to conquer that fear and just go for it, whether we’re talking investing or a million other things.read more
I experimented with batch cooking, whipping up 48 breakfast sandwiches in advance. Don’t believe the hype; it was a giant mistake.read more
This week’s linkfest features Wal-Mart’s 1972 annual report, more words on good debt vs. bad debt, and a bucha other crap.
People telling you to just spend less are forgetting that frugality sucks. That’s why earning more will always be part of a successful financial plan.
Starting an investment club can be a fun way to meet like-minded folks and get exposed to investing ideas you hadn’t previously considered.
Making $100(ish) per week is easy. Just scam your co-workers by running a fake lottery pool. Oh, it’s not like they were going to win the lottery anyway.
No, it’s not going to cost you $10,000 per year in home maintenance to maintain your regular house. At least not if you do it right.
It’s not just enough to accept various financial tips as gospel. We must look deeper, discovering exactly why things are. And often, the reason isn’t what you think.
This week’s linkfest makes fun of small business, looks at the power of 10x thinking, the opportunity cost of entrepreneurial ventures, and tons more.
Like returns of 100-150% per year, or even more? Investing in blogs can be that lucrative, and it’s a pretty passive investment, too.
A personal finance echo chamber exists, with hundreds of people giving very predictable advice. Breaking out of it might be the most profitable thing you do.
Many people spend thousands of dollars each year investing in themselves. Are these investments smart, or are we collectively throwing money at an ideal version of ourselves that will never be reality?
I started investing with Lending Loop, Canada’s first true peer-to-peer lender. It has a lot going for it, especially succulent yields of 16-20%.
My generation will rule the world one day. It’s only a matter of time. Should you attempt to invest in millennials now, before it’s cool?