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The Law of Diminishing Returns

The Law of Diminishing Returns

A couple of weeks ago I was browsing through the content I follow but one stood out from the crowd. The title of the post was “Stacking Functions” by the Happy Philosopher (HP). As I started reading, the HP did a phenomenal job describing opportunities to improve efficiencies in various aspects of personal finance (PF); however, I would like to make the case of how Stacking Functions could greatly benefit from the Law Of Diminishing Returns (LODR). Continue reading

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

A Journey to Financial Independence

My relationship with money hasn’t always been the best. Before you keep on reading allow me to provide some context and elaborate on specific topics that aim to support my initial statement. Continue reading