I talk a lot of smack on this site about how good I am at saving and keeping my cost of living down by being frugal, so perhaps its about time I put my ‘Money where my mouth is’ and fess up to my ACTUAL grocery bills.
Before trying to tell you what to do, Bernstein addresses some of the reasons of ‘Why’ and ‘How’ behind investing. He introduces market theory, discusses the history of investing, and explains the influence of human psychology and the very real impact of the media
On Board today is Mike Staunton: Investor, Personal Finance Coach and the CEO and co-founder of Money like Mike.
Back when I got my first car at 16, I paid for the first servicing which was $400. This blew my fricken mind. I didn’t have that kind of money to spend on a bloody car every year!
I recently sold my bike. It wasn’t an easy thing to do, but was something that weighed on my mind for some time. Now that I have, I am glad that I did so…
Rate Setter is a peer to peer lending platform which lets investors lend their money to borrowers, according to an interest rate set by the lender.
June and July were both pretty big months for me, and I enjoyed spending time with family. Now I am back in Sydney and ready to return to work.
Learning to cook at home is a crucial step towards Financial Independence, and is something any responsible adult needs to know how to do.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and other exchange-traded products have been growing rapidly around the globe. Since the first ETF launched in Australia in 2001, the industry has grown approximately 45% on average year on year!
The point of this article was not just a flagrant display of tight-arsery, but rather a starting point for a discussion and ongoing refinement on realistic and accurate family planning on the path to Financial Independence.