It was about time that somebody wrote an investing glossary. Thanks Mr The Poos Swiss.
Carl explains a really simple way to tell whether you should save or invest your money, and talks about what each involves, including pointing out which investment classes are high-risk.
I know some readers are tired of these “side hustle” posts. But, as someone who did many of these, I truly believe that side hustles can catapult you into financial independence. There’s absolutely no excuse for not trying some out. Thanks Ken.
Ken from The Humble Penny gives advice to a reader on how she and her husband could invest their money to reach FI in 10 years.
That Guy, Nick, at Total Balance explains that index fund investing is for the long terms, and that he invest in properties (commercial for now, probably residential in the future) so that he can multiply his money quicker.
Ms ZiYou gives us the backstory to why she prefers index investing to active investing. With a healthy dose of feminism lathered on top.
Should we trust the well-known 4% Safe Withdrawal Rate? Monevator analyses it looking at research on market fluctuation, and reaches some interesting conclusions.
Michael from @FoxyMonkeyClub reminds us that time goes on but investing principles are here to stay.
Gentleman’s Family Finances runs through 2 new platforms which offer fee-free investing