How to Teach Yourself Patience as a New Investor | Guest Posts

February 2017

The first stage of fighting an opponent is understanding the opponent. In this scenario, we’re facing off with an ambiguous term dubbed in recent years: lifestyle inflation. Portions of lifestyle inflation are great and I highly encourage them, whereas, some types of inflation are negative or even destructive. Understanding lifestyle inflation may be the biggest [...]

The average, run-of-the-mill, financial advice is simple: automate your investments. Preferably, a predetermined dollar amount is set to auto deduct right from your paycheck and wired into investment accounts. I agree with this approach and take it further by automating spend. The single best attribute from automating the vast bulk of spend is that it [...]

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