Category Archives: Investing

A Closer Look at my Investment Portfolio

A closer look at my Investment Portfolio

This post will take a closer look at my investment portfolio in an effort to provide more context around my investment style. The purpose is not to influence your decision on investment options or to suggest you should follow my approach, instead, my intention is to share a strategy that I’m comfortable with and that has worked for me so far. Continue reading

Asset Allocation

Asset Allocation

One strategic approach to investing is to buy a particular mix of investments that you believe will provide the return you’re seeking at a level of risk you’re willing to take. This is what we refer to as asset allocation and is nothing more than bringing the concept of diversification into an investment strategy. Continue reading

The Case for Paying Yourself First

Paying yourself first is a very popular phrase I came across when reading the Automatic Millionaire by David Bach. He also happens to be the one who created the movement around the “latte factor” but that’s one topic that deserves its own discussion. Continue reading

Three Don’ts of an Investment Strategy

If you read my post about investing now, I wonder how you felt once you finished reading through it. Instead of me speculating about your perception, I called a buddy of mine to get some constructive feedback. As it turns out his comment was that he felt the post was too bossy. Continue reading

An Overview of Investment Vehicles

I hope we can all agree there are three ingredients for building wealth regardless of how much money you make. When these three elements are combined and mixed seamlessly, they have the power of creating an explosive reaction that will yield fantastic results for you. On top of it all, you have the power of “compounding” which acts a catalyst to accelerate the rate at which your money will grow with time. Continue reading

Keep Calm but Start Investing Now