Investing

How to Put Your Graduation Money to Good Use

Are you a recent college graduate, and your graduation money is burning a hole in your pocket? It is crucial for your financial future that you know how to make your money work for you after graduation by organizing your finances and maximizing your savings and...

Bull Market vs. Bear Market? What You Need to Know

The stock market can seem like a game of chance sometimes — you might wake up one day to find that your investments have grown by 5% overnight, then six months down the line, there was an unexpected crash, and you’ve lost all your gains (and then some) But what if I...

How to Become a Millionaire – 16 Dos and Don'ts

It's no longer "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" but how to become a millionaire. You don't have to be a contestant on a game show, win the lottery, or receive a windfall from a relative. Just follow the 16 Do's and Don'ts in this article, and you'll be on the road to...
Those Money Haters are Gonna Hate

Those Money Haters are Gonna Hate

Recently, I created a Facebook post that brought on a ton of heat. It was so much heat that friends reached out to me to say how this was crazy, uncalled for heat, and everything I said was not what other people made it out to be. What I learned was money haters are...

The Power of F-U Money: How it gives you control

The Power of F-U Money: How it gives you control

Let me start off with apologizing about sounding too crass. Yes F-U money literally refers to F-you. Now, in the way I am using it we would like to give it a place in the financial world. F-U money is the money needed to basically say “F-You” to work, or to anything...

How Chasing Returns is a loser's Game?

How Chasing Returns is a loser's Game?

FOMO and greed is something that people feel when they feel they are missing out on things. It is a problem in our society. Social media perpetuates this feeling of need, and we surrender ourselves to the fear of missing out. In the investing world, we see people...

Money Lessons Not Taught in School

Money Lessons Not Taught in School

In life, you spend your first 18-20 years in school. You may spend longer in school. The hope is to have a good education, go out into the world, and be able to create income and value within the world. One thing that is missing is a financial education. Schools miss...

The Breakdown of the Frugal Expat Asset Allocation

The Breakdown of the Frugal Expat Asset Allocation

Asset allocation is all about how you break down your assets into different categories. Some people break down their assets into categories such as stocks, bonds, and real estate. I have broken down my portfolio to show you what I own. My Investment Strategy:The...

It is time to build wealth with lazy portfolios.

It is time to build wealth with lazy portfolios.

In this hard working life of mine, I have found that time is valuable. We all want to make time for family, friends, and even fun experiences. The problem is that we also need to invest for our future. Creating portfolios for our future can often be hard, laborsome,...

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