The headline “index fund bubble” gets a lot of Americans pretty nervous–including me! Let’s look at arguments for and against.
What if you could invest in a fund that had compounded annually at the rate of 63.3% over the last 30 years?
Welcome to the secretive world of Renaissance Technologies and the Medallion fund.
We had a chilly experience in winter 2020. But thankfully, our emergency fund helped eliminate any stress from an otherwise bleak scenario.
We’ve covered that “buying the dip” is a sub-optimal strategy for purchasing stocks. But would it work for Bitcoin?
Manias and bubbles share the same traits, and it’s because they’re caused by the same flaw: our human brains
Rebalancing your portfolio decreases your portfolio risk *and* often increases your long-term returns
It’s no longer “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” but how to become a millionaire. You don’t have to be a contestant on a game show, win the lottery, or receive a windfall from a relative. Just follow the 16 Do’s and Don’t in this article, and you’ll be on the road to becoming a millionaire.
Your FI number—or financial independence number—details how much money you need to successfully retire. Or under the right circumstances, how much money you need to retire early.
Perhaps it’s just a pipe dream, but I think education is a cost-effective way towards a better future.
Surely that’s a typo…ergodicity!? No, it’s right! Ergodicity is a powerful concept in economic theory, investing, and personal finance.