Monthly Archives: September 2017

What I Read This Week of September 17

Here are a few of the things I read this week and really liked: From Bob at Tawcan – an insightful post discussing, among other things, paying yourself first in time (as opposed to money).  A great idea! From Maggie … Continue reading

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Why Do We Struggle with What Comes Next?

If you have been reading in the FIRE blogosphere long enough you’ve probably noted that there are topic trends that seem to take root at certain times.  There are several prominent sites that will do articles on a particular topic, … Continue reading

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What I Read This Week of September 10, 2017

Here are a few of the things I found particularly compelling this week: Mr. A. Noonan Moose via J.L. Collins – Discussing a wasting asset model for spending down your retirement nest egg. From Chris Mamula writing for Darrow Kirkpatrick’s Can … Continue reading

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What I Read This Week of September 3, 2017

The 64 Best Sports Books of All-Time – Granted, this his highly debatable, but there are some real gems in here if you are a sports fan. From Steve at Think Save Retire – Discussing the fact that we probably know all … Continue reading

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Robo Versus Direct Investing

I was talking to a friend the other day and she was saying that she and her husband use Wealthfront as an investment service.  Wealthfront, like Betterment, is a robo-advisor service that charges low fees (at least, low for the … Continue reading

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