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Go Beyond Keeping Up With the Jones’ – Change Your Peception, Change Your Net Worth

Go Beyond Keeping Up With the Jones’ – Change Your Peception, Change Your Net Worth

By in Mind and Money, Money Management, Wealth | 22 comments

If you keep up with the Jones you’re destined for a bleak financial future. I’m intrigued by the magazine articles that specify how to get a designer look on a budget. But there is a fallacy with these articles and I’ll tell you why. Keep up with the Jones – Hi versus Low The premise is that a designer spent $40,000.00 designing this room, and you can get an approximate look for $9,000.00. Think about it for a moment. Do you think $9,000.00 on furnishings and decoration for one room is an affordable price? Who are they writing for?...

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Personal Finance Luminary-The College Investor

Personal Finance Luminary-The College Investor

By in Debt, Mind and Money, Money Management, Personal Finance Luminaries | 0 comments

Personal Finance Luminary Series-Robert Farrington Welcome to an inside look into some of the most important personal finance luminaries online. These influential people educate and entertain others about money topics. From authors to podcasters to writers, these money mentors are working to raise the level of financial knowledge and education. Robert Farrington, the College Investor, is an expert in millennial personal finance and student loan debt. Read more about Personal Finance Luminaries >>> Personal Finance Luminary College Investor-Robert Farrington Enjoy this interview with Robert, personal finance luminary college investor, one of my favorite online inspirations. 1. What is your background and...

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Are 2017 Financial Forecasts For Real?

Are 2017 Financial Forecasts For Real?

By in Economics, Investing, Mind and Money, Wealth | 0 comments

Financial Forecasts – Myth Or Reality? During a recent trip from San Francisco to Ohio, I spent several hours indulging in the Wall Street Journal, cover-to-cover. Fascinated by their second quarter Markets Review & Outlook Section on July 3, 2017, I fervently read the predictions made by pros compared with reality. Learn whether the financial forecasts hit the mark or veered off course. I assumed that at least one prediction for the markets for 2017 might have materialized. Yet, out of 8 economic predictions, ranging from U.S. stock indexes to inflation, the experts were all wrong. Here’s why it matters....

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5 Inspiring Warren Buffett Investing Quotes

5 Inspiring Warren Buffett Investing Quotes

By in Investing, Mind and Money, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Personal Finance, Stocks, Tips, Wealth | 6 comments

Warren Buffett is considered one of the most successful investors of our time. According to BusinessInsider‘s Andy Kiersz, in “Here’s How Rich You’d Be if You’d Invested $1,000 in Buffett Way Back When”, $1,000 invested in Berkshire Hathaway in 1964, would be worth about $11.6 million today. This information uses the 1964 share price of $19 and the February 27, 2015 closing price of $221,180 for Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A). With the more recent closing share price of $194,620 (September 25, 2015) you’d still be rich. Bonus; What is Multifactor Investing and is it Worth a Try? I don’t...

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Wall Street Kitchen-The Recipe Behind A Housewife’s 1,000% Stock Market Return

Wall Street Kitchen-The Recipe Behind A Housewife’s 1,000% Stock Market Return

By in Guest Post, Investing, Links, Mind and Money, Money Management, Stocks | 0 comments

How One Woman Cracked the Investing Code + Money Links Guest contributor, Victor Chiu New author, Victor Chiu introduces his book, Wall Street Kitchen and shares insights into his Mom’s stock market success.  Hello to all Barbara Friedberg fans! I’m Victor Chiu, author of Wall Street Kitchen – The Recipe Behind a Housewife’s 1000% Stock Return, and I’m super excited to tell you all about it. Wall Street Kitchen is a self-help, based-on-a-true-story-of-my-own-mom book that’s dedicated to the beginner and intermediate investor level audience.  For Mom, the kitchen was not only a place to create great food but also...

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Learn the Secret to Wealth With a Few Simple Mind Tweaks

Learn the Secret to Wealth With a Few Simple Mind Tweaks

By in Mind and Money, Personal Finance, Saving | 0 comments

My Personal Turn-Around Story Which Ultimately Led to Wealth Growing up, I had a low self-esteem. Realistically, there was nothing wrong with me. I had two loving parents, a sister, a home, a dog and plenty of friends and relatives. I was intelligent enough and did well in school. But, most of the time, I didn’t think I measured up. I didn’t think I was pretty enough, smart enough — or rich enough. So, what do these insecurities have to do with saving money? Find out how your mind can trick you into thinking that having lots of things...

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