I've been busy building software lately. One of the main things I've been working on is getting Gumroad purchases connected to my web application. Why Gumroad? Because the people who have supported my book are already there. It allows me to put all of the content and training videos in one place as well. Achieving … Continue reading Integrating a Membership Purchase with Gumroad Ping
This article originally appeared in InvestmentTalkk's newsletter. He is a professional securities analyst and I highly recommend following him on twitter and getting a copy of his book on financial statement analysis. I am an affiliate because his analysis is sound and he's a Liverpool supporter. We are bound by blood to suffer a delayed … Continue reading Dividend Stocks are NOT the Best Investment
I've written a book on Dividend Growth Investing that covers my strategy and tactics for setting up a brokerage account, researching companies, automating income, and waiting for dividend income to roll in. It's called "Too Much Money". In the intro excerpt below I explain why I called it that and more on why I think … Continue reading Intro to Too Much Money
I am not a fan of 401(k)s and 403(b)s. I do invest in them when my company offers them, but usually only up to the company match. There are issues like lack of liquidity, penalties, long lockup periods, vesting schedules that act as golden handcuffs. But, let's look at the real problem though: Target Date … Continue reading Target Date Funds are the Real 401(k) problem
This is a mindset post that challenges how you interact with daily occurrences in your life. What is a ubiquitous part of most peoples' lives these days? That phone in your pocket. Without a wireless service provider like AT&T, Verizon, or your country's local providers they are useless outside of your wifi network. So we … Continue reading Money Mindset: How to Have AT&T Pay your Wireless Phone Bill
Retirement accounts are terrible for Early Financial Independence
Followers of my blog will know that I really like REITs. They're are a relatively low risk way to generate income from your investment portfolio. Instead of reinvesting the dividends, I am returning them to my cash holdings to pay for fun things in life. One of the downsides of many REITs and dividend paying … Continue reading Five Monthly Dividends to Love and One to Avoid
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