Invest Prudently

When I was younger, I was taught that the key to financial freedom was saving as much money as you could.

While true, it's not the whole story. Saving can only get you so far – you need to invest prudently too.

You need to build passive streams of income, most millionaires have seven or more passive streams, if you want to escape financial gravity.

You can learn about how I built a dividend portfolio, how I think about market valuation, and even my thoughts on angel investing – and much more!

As always, email me or tweet @wallethacks if you want to discuss anything!

How to Start Investing

Investing in the Stock Market

The 10 Best Vanguard Funds

I love Vanguard. The bulk of my investments are there, minus a few dividend growth stocks I hold in an…

Real Estate Investing

Fundrise Review 2021: Commercial Real Estate Investing for Just $500

Fundrise is a private market real estate investing platform where you invest in eREITs (electronic REITs) that aren't traded on the public markets. Which is unique since it's usually REITS that invest in commercial real estate and crowdfunding typically invest in residential.

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FarmTogether Review: Invest in US Farmland

Farmland is an alternative investment that isn't correlated with the stock market. Food never goes out of style. FarmTogether allows accredited investors to buy shares in the LLCs of individual farms, earning money from rent on the land as well as price appreciation when the land sells.

How to Invest in Farmland

When it comes to investing, the two most popular options are the stock market and real estate. Within each, there…

What’s the Difference Between ETFs and Mutual Funds?

While there are similarities betwen ETFs and Mutual Funds, there are also major differences. How they decide what to invest in being the biggest difference. ETFs typically follow an index while Mutual funds are usually actively managed. This means they have different risk profiles and even different tax consequences.

How To Make An Offer On A House

When making an offer on a house you'll want to be preapproved for your mortgage. This shows the sellers you are a serious buyer. You'll also want to include contingencies so you can back out if something major happens - like you don't get financing. Finally, be flexible and don't low ball.

Stock Rover Review 2021: Pros, Cons, and Prices

Stock Rover is a comprehensive stock analysis tool. It offers several service levels, including a free plan, and works on your web browser with nothing to download. Customer service is limited on their free plan and access to phone customer service costs extra.

Atom Finance Review 2021: Professional Grade Investing Tools

Atom Finance brings professional-grade investment research tools to your favorite brokerage platform. It includes a community of investors that allows you to chat with other users of the service as well as the ability to aggregate your investment information so you can get a high level view of all your investments.

Nvstr Review 2021: Get Up to $1,200 to Start Investing

If you like the idea of a robo advisor but wish you could get more guidance Nvstr might be for you. The platform offers investing advice as well as a social media type feature that allows you connect with other investors and ask questions and get ideas.

How to invest in yourself

Pandas are pretty much awesome. They live one of the most casual lifestyles. For 14 hours of each day, they…

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