20+ min read · From 2018 · Let me tell you the story of two investors, neither of whom knew each other, but whose paths crossed in an interesting way. Grace Groner was orphaned at age 12. She never married. She never had kids.…
3 min read · 2020-12-18 · International Monetary Fund (IMF) researchers see the possibility of using the data from your browsing, search, and purchase history to create a more accurate mechanism for determining the credit…
4 min read · 2020-01-09 · After using kakeibo, a simple and popular Japanese budgeting system, my savings have grown at a faster rate than I ever imagined possible. It has also helped me make smarter decisions about how to…
9 min read · Apr 12th · Confessions of an overnight tech millionaire.
To me, there’s no option but to give the money back.
People fall into two camps, I’ve noticed. There are people who don’t know what they’re doing but feel very excited. And there are people who feel like they don’t know what they’re doing with the money, and what the money means, and they’re encompassed by anxiety. They don’t realize that nobody else knows what they’re doing either.
20+ min read · Jun 2nd · It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day challenges of a burgeoning career, friends and family life, but your 30s are the perfect time to get your finances running smoothly.
Whatever your goals, your 30s are the opportune time to launch financial planning strategies into action, because life only continues to get more expensive. Understand that as your income increases, your life expenses likely will too.
3 min read · Jun 3rd · These money principles might sound obvious, but it’s not obvious or simple to live by what you know. What matters is that we execute.
Money buys you freedom—Think twice before you spend your money because every time you buy something, you’re giving up a bit of freedom and time. The more money you have, the more freedom you have to do work you enjoy.
Don’t wait for a day in the future when you will finally be rich. Just adopt healthy financial habits, take care of your money, and trust the process. Results follow later. And keep enjoying your life today.
2 min read · May 21st · Of the two parts of retirement planning, the first is building a retirement corpus and the second is investing it. But does retirement mean the end of all investments and just using all that you've…