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VIDEO: 100 Percent Stocks For Retirement

VIDEO: 100 Percent Stocks For Retirement

By The Banker | Audio Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Texas, Video

Greg Jefferson and I chat about my recent post, urging everyone to put 100% retirement money into risky assets (like stocks) rather than the traditional 60/40 split that every investment advisor says you should do. In this conversation I admit to my cynical view of the investment advisory business. Additionally I engage in a rant you [&hellip

100 Percent Risky Even In Retirement

100 Percent Risky Even In Retirement

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Texas

I’m only writing this for the 99 percent of people who are not yet wealthy. If you are already wealthy, you can choose to ignore this advice, or follow it or whatever, but I realize you have other choices. If you are not already wealthy, however, ignore the following advice at a high risk to [&hellip

Forget Buy Low Sell High

Forget Buy Low Sell High

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Texas

Once upon a time – a little over a year ago – I helped a friend start an employee retirement program for her business, and that made both her and me feel very good. Building the long-term financial health of employees – in a tax-advantaged way – has to be one of the most rewarding [&hellip

Weekly Automatic Deductions - The Key To Getting Wealthy

Weekly Automatic Deductions – The Key To Getting Wealthy

By The Banker | Investing

Hey you, it’s April 12th. If you think the way I think (Let’s just make pretend together for a moment) you’re wondering how you’ll be able to fund your tax-advantaged individual IRA contribution for 2015 by Tax Day, Monday April 18th. Less than a week from now! Ideally, you’re like, “Ha, ha, no problem. I [&hellip

Five Good Questions for A Finance Columnist

Five Good Questions for A Finance Columnist

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Wall Street

Jake Taylor interviewed Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig, who recently published The Devil’s Financial Dictionary and asked him “Five Good Questions” Q1: What inspired him to write this book? Zweig says he needed something to update on his website that didn’t give readers an ‘action-item’ in response to market conditions, since that doesn’t tend [&hellip