Long time readers will know that I am a huge believer in the 4% rule as a sustainable withdrawal rate for retirement.
The following then are things that have contributed to my own process not just for investing but also for life
Ultimately investors need to come to grips with this ridiculous reality
SDY tracks an index of domestic stocks that have raised their dividends for at least 20 years.
The short answer is of course yes.
The ETF focus column in Barron’s takes a look at gold and what a lousy year it has had
On Monday I wrote an article for TheStreet.com about the psychology of the Bitcoin craze
There was an article going around Facebook titled 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do
Barron’s had an article titled Revisiting the 4% Rule which included comments by the recently retired William Bengen
Over the years we’ve touched on a concept put forth by Nassim Taleb that I find interesting even if difficult to implement.
In past posts I have talked about understanding the moment.
The Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX) is down 43% this year and down 51% in the last two years.
Morgan Housel from the Motley Fool had a great article titled Why You’re So Bad With Your Money
Earlier this morning I saw a Tweet from AARP with a link to their Social Security Calculator so I clicked on to see where it said we stand.
First, inflight internet is almost a life changer
The UK post office, the Royal Mail, is going public