It’s a birthday celebration! A few fun stories and lessons learned from Year One of the Best Interest.
There will come a point where more spending does not lead to more happiness, but actually does the exact opposite.
Some weeks are full of MATLAB, market economics, and compounding (and confounding) math. But this week, let’s change it up. I’m going to put the 401(k) on the back burner,…
Using Wade Pfau’s data, predictions of the future, and consumption smoothing, we’re creating an updated Trinity Study to use for our retirement planning.
You’ll be surprised by the recent results of the Best Interest Stock Picking Competition. Was the stock market success just luck?
Have you seen the movie, read the book, lived through the crisis…but still need someone to explain the Big Short? Look no further!
The point of ‘memento mori’ isn’t to cause fear or to be morbid. It’s not a downer. It’s motivation, and inspiration, and a gentle, true reminder of what’s coming.
Hoping to develop new behavior, but finding it hard to stick to a good habit? The problem is adherence. But you can change it for the better!
“If I compared 1000 401(k) maximizers against 1000 degenerate gamblers, which group would have a better financial outcomes?”
Their risk posture is key.
Math is the language of the universe. And plots help visualize math.
Today, I present five important plots to explain personal finance basics.