Playing with FIRE

Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) is a financial movement defined by frugality and extreme savings and investment. By saving up to 70% of annual income,FIRE proponents aim to retire early and live off small withdrawals from accumulated funds. The goal is to save and invest very aggressively—somewhere between 50–75% of your income—so you can retire sometime … Continue reading Playing with FIRE

4 Main Investment Types

This post may contain affiliate ads So you've decided to start investing. Congratulations! No matter what stage of life you are currently experiencing, it is always a good time to starting thinking about investing. Whether you're just starting out on your own, in the middle of your career, approaching retirement age, or in the midst of … Continue reading 4 Main Investment Types

Trading vs. Investing: The Basics

Investing  is defined as holding a position more than a year. Here is a quick overview of the pros and cons of this long-term strategy. Remember investing isn’t actually trading. It's not enough to simply save a lot of money-- if you was your savings to really multiple, you have to invest.The goal of investing is … Continue reading Trading vs. Investing: The Basics

4 Money Moves To Make In Uncertain Times

As we are in the middle of a world-wide pandemic, many things seem uncertain. The outbreak of COVID-19, constantly changing behavior expectations to attempt to contain the virus (when will schools and offices re-open?), and intense market volatility it’s no surprise that many of us are feeling that way.  .  Unemployment rates are the highest … Continue reading 4 Money Moves To Make In Uncertain Times