Investing

I'm not going to waste your time. This post could make you a ton of money. Analyzing whether to rent or buy using this simple process has made me a lot of money. It's simple, free, and easy to follow. Deciding whether it's better to rent or...

In this post I will show you the exact portfolio and allocation strategy I've used to beat the S&P 500 and Dow so far this year. I did it without making a single trade or buying a single stock. I didn't day trade or make any of...

This isn't the typical save more money, max your 401k, invest more money post. We all make mistakes and when it comes to money, and over the years I have made a lot of them.  Here are my top 7 Millennial Money mistakes. 1. Putting money first This...

So you want to buy a Rolex? This Rolex Buying Guide includes what I learned while spending a year searching for my first Rolex watch. Honestly, when I decided that I wanted to buy a Rolex I got pretty obsessed; meticulously researching and hunting for the...

Three years ago I invested in the first piece of what I hope will one day be an admirable art collection. I didn’t go out searching to buy a piece of art and honestly even though I love art and frequenting museums, I hadn’t ever...

Acorns has a clear mission: To simplify investing. The investment app accomplishes this in two ways: By allowing you to invest small amounts of money. By doing the legwork so you don’t have to become an expert on financial products. For experienced investors, Acorns may be too...

There's a ton of information out there on emergency funds and why it's important to have one. You probably already know this, but typically it is recommended that you save between 3-6 months of your expenses in an cash emergency fund in case you need...

Simply Wall St. is the slickest new platform for tracking stocks and visualizing stock data. I always enjoy checking out and reviewing new investing websites, but I am rarely as blown away as I was when I first checked out Simply Wall St. Simply Wall St. is...

Reader question: Can I use my 401k to retire early and avoid the 10% 401k withdrawal penalty? - Jesse, Boston Yes it is possible to use your 401k to retire early, but it requires a little bit of 401k "hacking". I actually planning on using the following...

Most Millennials probably think they don't need to work with a financial planner yet because they are still paying back student loans and aren't making much money, but in reality many of them would be much better off financially if they did. I think financial planners...