Invest without fear and enjoy your life.
START HERE and get my 4 Ways to Invest (without a trust fund, inheritance, or 6-figure salary)

Fill out the form to get FREE access to the guide.

(You’ll also receive occasional updates from us.)


Planning Basics for Long-Term Care

There’s a lot of fear surrounding long-term care. Quoted statistics fuel the angst about this unknown. When articulated, the horror involves living out one’s last days abandoned and suffering in a poorly-run nursing home. Alternative dreads include spending down family assets to pay for quality care or leaching the joie de vivre from family members by asking them to provide care.

A frequently promoted solution to relieving this anxiety is long-term care insurance. There are many variables to living and dying, along with changeable elements in the cost and nature of insurance and care. I won’t predict what might happen or cover all aspects of long-term care and insurance today. But I’ll offer insights into the basics of planning for long-term care.

Stock Splits: What They Are, Why They Matter

This article may contain affiliate links; there’s a possibility I could earn income when you click through one of these links and sign up for an account, make a purchase, etc. This article is written for entertainment purposes only and should not be construed as financial or any other type of professional advice. A few … Continued

Finding Large, Prominent, and Conservatively Financed Companies

In The Intelligent Investor, Graham outlines suggested requirements for defensive investors (aka passive investors) in selecting stocks and building a stock portfolio. These guidelines could be passed along to a financial advisor as a way of specifying requirements. The big idea is to develop a checklist or screen of some sort that enables me to rely on reason rather than emotion when buying and selling stocks. Here we’ll consider how to find large, prominent, and conservatively financed companies.

How I Find Beauty in a Balance Sheet

When I’m evaluating a company and its stock, one of the places I look is the company’s balance sheet. A great balance sheet is beautiful to me. It either attracts me to a company and its management or repels me. Let’s delve into how this essential financial statement can hold beauty.

The White Coat Investor Book Review

Earning a high income doesn’t automatically translate into high net worth. In some cases, high earners simply spend more and end up with fewer assets than more moderate earners. This situation can result from status seeking and inability to delay gratification. But sometimes, high earners with exceptional professional skills have average or below-average understanding of personal finance. In his book, The White Coat Investor (and his website of the same name), James Dahle, MD, seeks to educate physicians (who are generally high earners) on personal finance and investing so that they can enjoy the fruits of their valuable knowledge and life-saving labor.

Page 1 of 2912345...1020...Last »