There is power behind money that forces companies to consider their environmental, social, and political impact. As consumers, we influence which companies thrive; as investors we decide which companies survive.
Bodies are packed wall-to-wall, noise reverberates off the walls. Fists pump in the air as lights flash. Where are we? We are at the imaginary Wall Street, the media-hyped center of buying-and-trading. However, this old school idea of investing– the shouting people, frantic hustle, slew of papers– perpetuates several myths that discourage people from managing […]
I do things in bursts. I let messes accumulate until one day I decide that is enough and clean everything. I don’t like making calls so I will wait all year for a burst of energy one Thursday afternoon when I book a dentist, doctor, and car maintenance appointment one after another.
It is easy to disregard retirement when it feels far out on the horizon. Imagine your financial life like a sailing adventure—the destination is beyond our sight, but we can at least set a destination and course correct as needed.
So you’ve followed The Ultimate Flowchart and you have a budget. You save up 3-6 months of expenses for an emergency fund, and now you’re sitting pretty. What next? When I finished with school I had knowledge piled up in my head: I knew how to calculate fluid velocity in a pipe, the fracture toughness of a […]