I found that if you have a goal, that you might not reach it. But if you don’t have one, then you are never disappointed. And I gotta tell ya . . . it feels phenomenal!” ~ Peter La Fleur Unlike the advice of Peter La Fleur in “Dodgeball,” you need to have financial plans to guide your life. Has your life taken a left … Continue reading Money matters 101 – Setting financial goals and rolling with the punches
If you decide to invest on your own, there are a number of apps with commission-free and low cost options. Here, I will (1) describe the apps; (2) describe the pros and cons of each app; and (3) identify which type of investor each app is best for. Also, I will provide my referral link for each app. If you want to try an app, … Continue reading Investing 103 – I want it that way: How to invest with apps – Robinhood
Once you understand the basic concept of investing – your money makes money for you – and decide to begin investing, where should you start? Different financial experts have different opinions on this, of course. First, most agree that you should find a financial advisor. Despite costing fees, sound financial guidance will save you far more than the cost of the advisor. Second, you should … Continue reading Investing 102 – Where do I begin?