• Capitalizing on the Coronavirus Stock Market Selloff

    The S&P 500 lost 11.5% last week, its worst weekly performance since the financial crisis, …

  • Robinhood Investment App: An Investing Game Changer

    Robinhood Investment App: A Brief History The Robinhood investment app, which officially launched in March 2015, …

  • Everyone Can Benefit From A Life Coach

    Just as high performing athletes, entrepreneurs, and CEOs use coaches to achieve great success, everyone …

  • Surprise Birthday Trip to Nashville

    Nashville had been on my short list of top U.S. cities to visit for …

  • How To Save Money Urban Farming

    How To Save Money Urban Farming

    There are many benefits to urban farming including relaxation/stress relief, the production of organic healthy food, and the convenience of growing food that you like to eat. One of the other benefits of urban farming is the ability to grow produce in a very economical way including the ability to…

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    5 Best Personal Finance Books of All Time

    5 Best Personal Finance Books of All Time

    A lot of good personal finance advice is timeless in nature and the 5 books listed below are filled with great advice that will always ring true. If you have yet to read these 5 best personal finance books of all time, I highly recommend that you do. Rich Dad…

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    2017 Financial Resolutions Update

    2017 Financial Resolutions Update

    One of my top financial resolutions every year is to reduce (or better yet eliminate) an expense. Reducing expenses is a great way to increase savings and/or accelerate the pay down of debt and everyone is capable of doing it. Making small changes like bringing lunch to work, brewing your…

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    Cutting The Cord on Cable

    Cutting The Cord on Cable

    I have a love/hate relationship with Comcast XFINITY. I love their X1 technology platform, broad offering of high definition channels, Stream TV app, and Wi-Fi hotspots. Though I hate being forced to pay for channels that I never watch, having to rent cable boxes, getting my internet speed throttled, and…

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    The Race to Zero in Trading Fees

    The Race to Zero in Trading Fees

    Just in this past week Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, Schwab, and E*Trade have all slashed their online stock trading fees in what appeared to be a well-coordinated effort. Fidelity reduced its fees from $7.95 to $4.95, TD Ameritrade reduced its fees from $9.99 to $6.95, Schwab reduced its fees from $6.95…

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    Does Your Portfolio Need A Check-up?

    Does Your Portfolio Need A Check-up?

    Many people including myself have their investment accounts spread out among multiple financial institutions. That can make it very difficult to get a holistic view of an entire portfolio’s asset allocation. The problem with this is that an investor could unknowingly be taking on more risk than they are aware of…

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