In an effort to be happier, I'm working at being mindful of all of the great things going on in my life and beyond. It isn't easy, but these post help me ignore the crap and focus on all that is good. Warren Buffett Warren Buffett released his annual Berkshire Hathaway letter last Saturday. It's impossible to read it and not be happy and optimistic. Here are some of my … [Read more...] about Friday Mindfulness: Wonderful Warren, Pianos and NYC Pizza
Today is the 49th edition of our periodic guest post series called 10 Questions. We have a list of 17 questions we pose to fellow financial bloggers, and they are free to pick and choose 10 or answer all of them. Let us know if you would like to be featured in a future edition of 10 Questions. Today's 10 Questions features Nate from InvestmentZen. Nate is an interesting cat. … [Read more...] about 10 Questions with InvestmentZen
A couple people have asked me what happened to the Thursday Rant. It isn't gone! Tune in next week. Or maybe not; this is sort of a rant... How did you like that title? Pathetic, swarmy clickbait, right? Absolutely. I threw up in my mouth a little just typing it. This is the nonsense that the mainstream media publishes every day to trick your lizard brain. And some very smart … [Read more...] about The 5 Stocks You Must Buy NOW!
Quick note: Just like last year, we'll be giving away 2 sets of Buffett/Munger rubber ducks. Tune in on Monday for the ducky details! Hint: Start thinking about who has positively influenced your money decisions... Berkshire Hathaway is Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger's holding company. Anyone can buy a share, well maybe a B share (as of this writing, A shares cost $190,000 … [Read more...] about Berkshire Meeting: Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger speak
In last Tuesday's "What The Fee" post, I wrote about how I despised my 401(k). A couple months back, I decided to do something about it that may strike some as a bit insane. Today I spill the beans. More on that in a moment. First though, it turns out that I owe my 401(k) a little bit of an apology. The $500 annual fee that I complained about is actually paid by my company. … [Read more...] about WTF Part 2: Dismal 401(k)s call for Desperate Measures