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Twenties

Getting Rich Quick is not the Answer. Why a Penny Stock Trader adopted a Long Term Investing Strategy.

Trevor Tune shares his experiences trading Penny Stocks in college and falling victim to the “Pump and Dump” scheme. After going on a winning streak attempting to get rich quick and then losing everything, he came to realize that long term sustainable investing is the key to success. Here’s his message for the next generation.
Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties Sixties Elderly

What Investments go in Which Account for Tax Avoidance?

You may be losing money by simply not understanding which accounts are the best place to hold your investments for tax avoidance. If you have holdings outside of a retirement account, you’ll want to know these tax efficient investing strategies.  Let's walk through a 10 step process to rebalance and stop paying Uncle Sam more than his fair share.
Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties Sixties Elderly

Financial Independence and Retirement Calculators are near Useless

Forget the online Financial Independence calculators used to predict early retirement and investment returns. I’m sorry, but you need to create a customized plan to FI or hire a professional to do so. Don’t be discouraged and give up based on results of these tools and think, “I'll never retire, if I need a bajillion dollars to do so.” Let’s see how a typical american family can retire earlier than anticipated.
Kids Teenagers

20 Week Experiment Teaching our Kids about FI with RoosterMoney

How do you think your children would manage money if given the opportunity to earn income, pay expenses, and reap the rewards of a 20% compounding interest rate? My wife and I conducted a 20 week experiment and reviewed our kids decisions using the RoosterMoney app. Are you curious how my kids did and what can be learned from the exercise? I certainly was.
Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties

Optimize Investments and Debt Repayment Priorities Checklist

Ever wonder what should be funded first...Bills, Debt, 401K, IRA, E-Fund, 529, etc…? After much research, there is a way to optimize investments and debt repayment for 90% of us. I’m going to show you the 12 steps and order of priority in which to save money and reduce liabilities.