Blog posts December 2007

1 Investment to Rule Them All


A friend once asked me, “How do I start investing if I don’t have much money?”

That is a legitimate question, especially for students just out of college or working adults who have just entered the corporate world.

To answer my friend’s question, I jogged back my memory to recall out…

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Retirement on Track at Age 50

When it comes to preparing for retirement, 50 can be a pivotal age. At that age, most people are just 10 to 15 years away from leaving the workforce, and time is relatively limited to save for retirement.

But with a decade or more of work still remaining, you have enough time to make changes …

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5 Biases and Fallacies that Make Us Terrible With Money

5 Biases and Fallacies that Make Us Terrible With MoneyHuman beings are intelligent people, capable of making good decisions, weighing all options and making a rational and well thought out conclusion. However, sometimes it feels like we act irrationally without even realizing we are doing it. In some cases, our brains are hard wired or pre-dispositione…

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