Mind and Money

The Market is Attacking You. Don’t Fight Back

The Market is Attacking You. Don’t Fight Back

By in Guest Post, Investing, Mind and Money | 2 comments

Stock Market Volatility Tips By guest contributor, Rob Pivnick. author What All Kids (and adults too) Should Know About…. Saving & Investing The Market is Attacking You.  And it is Not a Bull.  Or a Bear.  But Do Not Fight Back. It’s a tiger.  Or maybe a lion or wolf.  And it’s bearing its fangs.  And growling a terrifyingly menacing growl that makes the...

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Use Paradox of Choice to Invest in Index Funds

Use Paradox of Choice to Invest in Index Funds

By in Asset Allocation, Investing, Mind and Money, Mutual Funds | 3 comments

Paradox of Choice; Why More is Less Do you feel overwhelmed? Do you feel like you’re clawing ahead with your career and have no time left to learn how to invest? Use the paradox of choice to simplify your index fund investing strategy. How to Invest in Index Funds Effectively by Harnessing the Paradox of Choice What is the Paradox of Choice? Sheena Iyengar, a...

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Behavioral Finance; Is Your Mind Hurting Your Wallet? Webinar

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May Webinar: Behavioral Finance: Is Your Mind Hurting Your Wallet? May 15, 2014 at Noon-1:00 pm Pacific Time Click here to register for the free webinar. How to Become $60,000 Richer By Thwarting Mental Money Errors (maybe) Do you consider a tax refund free money? When you receive a money gift, do you spend with abandon? Has your retirement account been allocated...

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Essentialism & Investing; How Would Greg McKeown Invest?

By in Asset Allocation, Investing, Mind and Money, Mutual Funds, Wealth | 11 comments

Essentialism-The Disciplined Pursuit of Less-Applied to Investing It’s not often that you come across a book with a revolutionary, perspective-altering theme. Essentialism by Greg McKeown is that book. “Essentialism isn’t about getting more done in less time. It’s about getting only the right things done.” book jacket, Essentialism. My...

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How Trading In a Car Every Two Years Makes Good Financial Sense

How Trading In a Car Every Two Years Makes Good Financial Sense

By in Budget, Debt, Mind and Money, Money Management | 37 comments

Should I Trade In a Newer Car (After 2 Years)? Do you have a newer car that you don’t want any more? You don’t need an excuse to trade in a newer car after 2 years. Maybe you want to buy newer model, or perhaps you want to save money and downsize to a more affordable model. Don’t let anyone tell you that you shouldn’t do it. Learn how to trade in a newer car the...

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