Discovering what life is about
Financial independance becoming financially independent one expense at a time

What about food expenses? These can range from less than $50/month per person to more than $500/month per person. Required savings for $50/month: $50/month = $600/year food expenses. This needs $600/0.04 = $15000 in savings. Whereas $500/month = $6000/year needs $150000 in savings. That’s a lot! ... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Financial Independence
the Permanent Portfolio by Harry Browne

"A few decades ago," we remarked, "a guy named Harry Browne devised an investment strategy he dubbed the 'Permanent Portfolio.' The idea was so simple it seemed almost moronic. And yet, with the passage of time we have discovered that his idea was pure genius. "He suggested building an investment p... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Passive income Financial Independence
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DIY Home Staging Tips

DIY Home Staging Tips Home staging eBook by house staging expert Barbara Pilcher helps you sell your home fast with budget staging tips stage home to sell fast, home staging tips, FSBO help tips, for sale by owner home staging, house staging how-to tips, home staging eBook, budget home staging, frug... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing
Financial Freedom Tips

I will Pay myself first. I will Budget Each Month & stick to it. I will never dip into savings to buy anything superfluous (electronics, games, cars, etc).  Cash flow is the only source of my spending. I will save and invest my yearly bonus. I will find at least 5 sources of alternative income... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing
Set ups for the day and what to watch during the day

1.   Strategic decision : Chart 4 hour 21 EMA :    heading up - heading down -  ranging (= no trend) ADX : Over 30 = strong trend -  Under 30 = ranging (no trend) OsMA :   heading up - heading down - divergence? Stocs Influences from longer term time frames: Watch longer-term Fib levels: re... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Trading
Money Savvy Pig Save Spend Invest Donate

The Money Savvy Pig and My Son’s Allowance January 14, 2007 @ 3:06 pm - Written by Trent Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to teach my son about money. I’ve looked at a lot of different resources that could teach my son about money gradually as he gets older. I have four basic criteri... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Childrens
What I would teach children about savings

Ref : http://earlyretirementextreme.com/what-i-would-teach-a-child-about-savings.html Posted by Jacob in Early Retirement, Strategy I do not have any children, so this discussion will be largely academic. However, if I had children, I believe that instilling the proper financial values so that child... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Learning Childrens
Tips for Parents Four Bank System

Consider how we, as adults, use money – we do more than just pay routine bills. We save to spend: to buy a plasma TV. We also save for the unexpected, so we build an emergency fund. We invest our money for far-off needs, like college educations and retirement. Many of us want to help others, so we... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Learning Investing Childrens
Financial Education Games for Kids Play Learn Grow

1. Display different Financial statements to a child to show him different way of life. (Saver, Spender, Investor, Business, Retired...). 2. Show one bad financial statement and ask the kid how to make it better. ............. a. Let's start with a spender statement ............. b. options are : re... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Childrens Investing
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