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Does Paid Investing Advice Help?  My Experience So Far with Subscription Investing Advice Services

Does Paid Investing Advice Help? My Experience So Far with Subscription Investing Advice Services

This week, I am reviewing my finances. One of the tweaks I made to our financial systems last year was to subscribe to a paid investing advice newsletter. Since I don’t know all that much about investing or stock picking, I figured that receiving some […]

401(k) Check-In

401(k) Check-In

Since I have just tackled the thorny issue of college savings, why not jump next into the even more thorny issue of retirement savings! My money strategy is to tackle all of these difficult issues head on. I would rather know now if I am […]

Ruly Recap, Reader Feedback and Organizing News: Think Like an Investor

Ruly Recap, Reader Feedback and Organizing News: Think Like an Investor

It’s a bit past the end of March but time to recap March’s posts on the investing mindset as well as highlight favorite comments and recent organizational news stories. This month, we discussed several facets of the investing mindset—strategies to organize your thinking about your […]

Ruly Bookshelf: Aftershock

Ruly Bookshelf: Aftershock

When I am learning about something new, I like to read broadly from a variety of opinions before forming my own. In my investor educational activities, I came across this offer from Newsmax to get a copy of a book called Aftershock for just the […]

401(k) Checkup

401(k) Checkup

At this time of the year, many people are focused a bit more heavily on their finances in order to pay their taxes. Not a pleasant task, to be sure. While you are deep in this focus, anyway, however, why not take just a few […]