How to Turn $50,000 into $900,000,000

I have my nose buried in another biography detailing the life of Shelby Cullum Davis, who turned $50,000 into $900,000,000. To build this fortune, Davis invested in a specific industry within the stock market. He referred to the stocks he invested in as “compounding machines.” Yes, another post about compounding. In the introduction to the…

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How to Make Thy Money Multiply

I follow Morgan Housel on Twitter and love his new business card: Compound interest is truly magical. It’s how you can make thy money multiply. Morgan’s new business card reminded me of a book I read a few years ago titled, “The Single Best Investment: Creating Wealth with Dividend Growth.” It’s a great book if…

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“So you want to become financially successful? Then you need to…”

(This video is from the author of “Life in Half a Second.”) You’ve got to read “Life in Half a Second: How to Achieve Success Before It’s Too Late!” by Matthew Michalewicz. It’s an awesome book and it will definitely make you think. The author shares a story about when he was working at minimum…

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The Abundant Bohemian

It’s a rainy Wednesday evening and my evening plans changed due to the weather. Instead of heading out with the family, we decided to stay in for the evening. I opened a bottle of wine and sat down to write. In my early 20s, I graduated from college and went to work for a large…

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How Rich People Think About Money

I have an odd confession to make. I have a man’s picture taped to my computer monitor. I think about him all the time and my wife doesn’t know about him. (Well, she’s heard of him, but she doesn’t know how much I think about him.) His name is Warren. He lives in Omaha. He’s…

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