The mental benefits of passive investing
In my last post I laid out step-by-step exactly how I manage and invest my money.
Most of my investment portfolio is in passive, diversified index funds. This means I don't choose any specific stocks myself, I simply invest in the world markets as a whole.
By definition, this means that I won't beat the market.
What?! Isn't the point . . .
A simple and effective approach to building wealth
A couple of years ago I wrote a post about How to Start Investing Today.
Since then, my basic investment philosophy has not changed, but some of my specific recommendations have evolved.
In this post, I reintroduce my investing philosophy and share my updated and specific steps for how I manage my money.
Who is this for?
This post . . .
(downloadable financial model included)
[Note: Scroll to the bottom of the post at anytime to download the calculator]
A house is the biggest purchase that many of us will ever make.
Yet far too many people spend disturbingly little time running the numbers on what they can afford.
People will literally spend more time agonizing over whether to spend an extra . . .
How to think about maximizing impact when donating politically
It's election season, which means there's a good chance you've been asked for money. Or maybe you've been invited to a fundraiser or a phone bank.
Perhaps you've even given money to a candidate or a cause while attending a fundraiser, or after receiving an email with an irresistible pitch.
During this season, I think it's important . . .
For my 27th Birthday
This week I turned 27. To mark the occasion, I would like to share 27 learnings I have gleaned from the time I have spent as a living human.
The list includes a mix of higher level reflections and a few more practical items.
These learnings are not meant to be taken as advice, since everyone is different and what works for me may not work . . .