Just because you see a "successful" financial guru all over your TV and YouTube, that doesn't mean they're immune from going broke.
You don't need to invest in absolutely everything you've ever heard about. Sometimes, it's just "too hard."
Part of building your wealth as you strive toward financial independence is not doing dumb stuff with your money. Here are some examples.
On May the Fourth, let's explore how some financial advisors have turned toward the Dark Side and how that affects your investment plans.
Tech stocks were way up. And so was my confidence. But still, I lost a 1/12 of my attending salary in 2000. Here's how it happened.
The Star Wars franchise isn't only about good vs. evil and Jedis against the dark side. It also has some surprisingly good financial advice.
SPACS are "blank check" companies buying private companies they take public. Here's why my investment dollars won't be joining the frenzy.
FOMO can lead investors to do some very dumb things with their money. Here's what you need to know to stay the course.
Discussing a few of the risky things people are doing to chase higher yields. Also talking about choosing between mega backdoor Roths and 457Bs, duration risk with TIPS, and lots more.