Month: May 2017

What the master of history can teach you about investing

Today’s post is from Troy Bombardia, who blogs over at markethistory.org.   I am a strong believer in learning from successful people, and when it comes to investing, especially from the Oracle that I wrote about. What I like about Troy’s post is that he focuses on the importance of understanding history and the learning’s […]

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A Better Way to Track Wealth

My past article on tracking your progress has a simple calculator where you can track whether you are accumulating wealth at a sufficient rate to achieve financial independence.  This was based on a formula shared by Dr. Thomas Stanley in his excellent and meticulous research in his book “The Millionaire Next Door”.  This book demystified how […]

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Retire in 30s via Real Estate Investing

Today, we have a guest post from my European friend Benjamin Davis, who is a living example of geographic arbitrage (as he plans to leave high-cost Germany to lower-cost Portugal).  He is the man running the show at From cents to Retirement. He recently published his first book, entitled “My strategy to retire early“. While doing his PhD, he […]

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