Category Archives: Investing

Retirement Planning? Where Do You Start?

Retirement Planning? Where Do You Start?

You’ve made it through the nine-to-five grind and retirement is your reward.  But stress about having enough saved for retirement is one of the reasons people are working longer these days. The dot-com bust and the Great Recession did not help the prospects of Baby Boomers, but all is not lost. You can still salvage… Continue Reading

Investment Isn’t Hard Anymore

Investment Isn’t Hard Anymore

In my effort to get back into it, I’ve got a few guest posts. Thanks to Jeremy for providing this on investing. Good luck with your own efforts. Investment isn’t something that most people participate in. If this doesn’t make sense to you, remember when you were a child and investment news would come on… Continue Reading

Reader Question: What are You Doing About the #Brexit?

Reader Question: What are You Doing About the #Brexit?

I love receiving reader questions. In the last couple of days, I’ve received several questions addressing the general instability happening right now, including the recent #Brexit vote. We are going through a time of turmoil and uncertainty. Here in the United States, a contentious presidential election has many wondering what’s next. We can make predictions… Continue Reading

How to Achieve Your Investment Goals

How to Achieve Your Investment Goals

Thanks to my good friend TK from Blonde & Balanced for this guest post. I’m heading out on vacation with my son, and I’m grateful for the help with posts on my site. Investing isn’t easy.  If putting your money into the stock market equaled making a quick buck then everyone would be doing it… Continue Reading