Don’t judge a book by its cover, and don’t judge a decision by its result. Results-oriented thinking is a logical fallacy.
While the 2010s seemed great for the markets, how do they actually compare? S&P history suggests profits like the 2010s will certainly happen again.
History has shown just how difficult ‘timing the market’ is. So forget about perfect timing, and just stay steady and passive instead.
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.
Using Wade Pfau’s data, pessimistic predictions of the future, and consumption smoothing, we’re creating an updated Trinity Study to use for potential “worst-case” retirement planning.
Have you seen the movie, read the book, lived through the crisis…but still need someone to explain the Big Short? Look no further!
Math is the language of the universe. And plots help visualize math.
Today, I present five important plots to explain personal finance basics.
Telling people to “save more money” is empty advice. How? What’s the first step?
Today, Ben Franklin helps us define a real, simple, executable plan.
Are you worried that your budget—or lack thereof—is damaging your financial health? Over a dozen other financial writers contributed to this week’s deep dive into budgets.
All the contributors share one vital beneficial behavior.