How to NOT Lose Money In The Next Market Crash (whenever that may be)

Last year, I stumbled across an article on Fool.com with this headline: “Buffett to Berkshire Shareholders: Be Prepared to Lose Half Your Money” The headline is really just a marketing hook to get readership. The key sentence in the article is actually this: “Buffett warns Berkshire investors that losses of 50% or more are not…

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The TWO Money Rules of One of The Richest Men in the World: J. Paul Getty

Last year, I went to see the movie “All The Money In The World” when it was in the theaters. It’s the true story of the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson. At the time of the kidnapping, Getty was one of the richest men in the world. His grandson was kidnapped as a way…

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This 5-minute list could change your life

Every morning I make a list of five things that went right the day before. I do this the “old school” way with a pen and notepad. It only takes about 5-minutes and it has made my life sooo much better. I started doing this a few years ago when I realized I had become…

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“Here’s what the average retiree spends each month…”

Barron’s recently published an article highlighting what the average retiree spends each month. Here’s what I found in the article: “According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data, which is based upon 2016 figures, “older households” – defined as those run by someone 65 and older – spend an average of $45,756 a year,…

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Are you a plate spinner?

I finished another Travis McGee novel last night titled, “Dress Her In Indigo.” I simply love the McGee character John MacDonald created for this book series. Each book includes gold nuggets on how to live a good life. MacDonald had a gift that he used to entertain and teach at the same time. Through his…

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