I just got home after a long day of meetings. Lucky for me, I get to unwind for a few hours, go to sleep, and then start the same routine all over again tomorrow. How exciting! Really, I’m not sure if it’s
If your goal is to reach early financial independence, you will need a lot of firepower to do so. Your time horizon is short, so you must use this exceptionally short time window wisely. The only way to realistically get to early FI is to acquire as many
At the conclusion of 2012, the passive income streams were bringing in $777/month combined (including retirement accounts), and life was good. I was thrilled with all the progress made in Year 1 and was looking forward to an even more successful Year 2.
Here’s a guest post that was featured on Retire by 40!
Life is all about balance. If you work too hard, you’ll burn out. If you don’t work hard enough, you’ll never get anywhere. When it comes to securing a better financial future, chances are
When I first started this blog in February of 2012, I was a full-fledged dividend growth investor. Well, maybe not quite, but I was pretty close! Sometimes I took gambles and invested in non-dividend growth companies like Exelon (EXC), Transocean (RIG), Apple (AAPL), etc. With EXC, I went for perceived value (low P/E) even though