The New York Times offers some “Financial Tips for Younger People”.
Not bad financial advice for young investors. Worth a read.
Key points offered: (more…)
In my post, Money Lessons From One’s Twenties, we saw some financial mistakes made by S.L. Bathgate while in her twenties. We also saw how these errors impacted her later life. And how she is trying to get back on course to better cash management and wealth accumulation.
Ms. Bathgate has a decent plan to strengthen her fortunes.
But if I was advising Ms. Bathgate, I have a few suggestion to improve on her stated plan. (more…)
If only. If only I knew then what I know now. Or at least what I think I know now.
A concept anyone over the age of thirty understands very well. Okay, maybe forty.
“If only I had this wealth management advice when I was twenty, rather than learning painful lessons for the next decade or two.”
That is the tale of one woman in today’s discussion. (more…)
That is the view of one of my favourite investment commentators, Marc Faber.
Of course, Marc Faber is known as “Dr. Doom” so I expect a pessimistic stance from him.
Mr. Faber describes why investor wealth destruction may lie ahead. (more…)
Just watched an excellent little video.
Excellent for two reasons.
One, it agreed with some of my recent comments on asset allocations.
Two, I have better hair than the Bank of America representative. A rare feat these days. (more…)
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