There are many "money rules" but if you follow the "Prime Directive," you won't need to remember the rest.
How much is $100 worth in 30 years? If it grows at 8% a year, it'll be worth over a thousand dollars. Learn how the Rule of 10 can be your friend in learning how to save for your retirement.
Mimetic desire is a theory that your desires are influenced by the people around you. Conceptualized by a 20th-century French philosopher, mimetic desire is present in almost everything we do. Learn how to leverage it for good and resist it when it's bad.
Trends in investing come and go but your retirement nest egg has to grow for decades. Learn how trends start, how to avoid them, and what you should do if you feel the itch to jump on the bandwagon.
How often do you check your bank account? What about your investments? Famous Youtuber Emma Chamberlain doesn't check at all. How often should you?
The financial practices you did in your twenties may no longer suit you as a age into your thirties, forties, and fifties. It's OK to revisit, ditch, and revise those practices so they benefit your finances, rather than be a chore.
With the release of Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Lattes, we are reminded of the importance of rituals in how we spend our money.
The best investors are the most patient ones. But how do you become more patient? How do you learn to not touch your portfolio? I share a few strategies that have worked well for me.
Do you fancy yourself a stock picker? Do you know what most active fund managers don't? Ever wonder what happens if you beat the market? I'll tell you everything in this post. 😂
The Boring Middle is that part of any journey where things are on auto-pilot and you're simply "waiting." Don't! This time is better spent doing something else!
Money is often about tradeoffs and it's the most apparent than when you compare the needs of Present You against those of Future You. Who should prevail? It really depends on the situation... here's how to decide.
Ten years ago, Professor Harold Pollack created a postcard that listed all the financial advice you'd ever need. We revisit this card and see if it still applies today.