Asset Allocation, Investing, Mutual Fund, Passive income, Portfolio, retirement, Stock Market, Target Date, Target Date Fund, Target Date Funds

The Trouble With Target Date Funds And How To Use Them Effectively

The Trouble With Target Date Funds And How To Use Them Effectively Target date funds have become the go-to investment choice for many Americans. In fact, they are now offered in over 80% of 401(k) plans nationwide. As a result, hundreds of billions has been invested in these funds. Why do Americans like them? Because they have the premise of …


Investing, Jack Bogle, Passive income, Portfolio, Stock Market, Trading

What Is A Boglehead And What Investing Lessons Can You Learn?

What Is A Boglehead And What Investing Lessons Can You Learn? If you’ve searched for anything investing related, chances are you’ve stumbled across the Bogleheads at some point in time. The Bogleheads Investing Forum is one of the most active, and honestly one of the best, resources when it comes to investing Q&A.  While researching my article on The Best Investors of All …


How To Make $1,000,000 – The Math And Strategies That Work

How To Make $1,000,000 – The Math And Strategies That Work Sorry, this isn’t going to be a get rich quick post, but I do want to show you how to make $1,000,000 and have that nest egg for when you retire! I’m a firm believer that individuals of most income levels can afford to save and invest to have …

Why Leveraged ETFs Don’t Match Market Performance

Why Leveraged ETFs Don’t Match Market Performance No product on Wall Street draws more criticism than leveraged ETFs. Leverage funds are designed to multiply the performance of indexes, but often do so poorly in the long run. These products were built for traders – not investors. They match the daily return of the underlying index and multiply that. As such, …

The College Student’s Guide to Investing In College

The College Student’s Guide to Investing In College So, you worked all summer and now you have some extra cash on hand, maybe $1,000 or more. If so, nice job! Now, do you take that $1,000 and spent it on beer all year? Or do you take that money and invest in college? Well, if you spent it on beer, …