Stocks “falling”? Here’s My Approach

My favorite days in the stock market is when everything is at “all-time highs.” I obviously love getting notifications from my investment app that my stocks reached a higher price. My second favorite day? When the stock market as a whole drop significantly and the finance media spends the entire day making a big deal […]

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What I am Reading: February 2020

A brand new month is upon us and you know what that means – I am reading a brand new book: The 5AM Club: Own Your Morning, Elevate Your Life By: Robin Sharma At this time, I am on chapter 9. My honest thoughts so far are that this book is corny. Yes, you read […]

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What I Am Reading: January 2020

Ponte Las Pilas By: Carlos Marquez I would describe this book as a “slap in the face” but in a good way (if that makes any sense). It definitely does its name justice. This book is in Spanish. I’d translate the title into “get it together!!” or “wake up!” not exact translations but the phrases […]

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My Favorite Accounts for Saving and Investing

Welcome to 2020!  A major financial goal for most of us is to save and invest. Over the past few days, I’ve been receiving some questions about the savings and investing accounts I’d personally recommend. Not much has changed since 2019. Check out my top recs below 🙂 Savings accounts: First of all, let’s get […]

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Books I Read in 2019

One of my main objectives for 2019 was to read at least one book per month. “Reading more” has been an ongoing objective for several years. However, I feel as if it wasn’t until 2019 when I finally “crushed” this goal. One of the main reasons why I was able to read so much this […]

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What I am Reading: December 2019

WOW! How did we get here? It is the last month of the year and this is just crazy. I have to share I am very proud of myself because I went above and beyond my goal of reading at least 1 book per month in 2019. There were certain months where I read up […]

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The Power of Reinvesting Your Dividends

In this consumer-obsessed culture where credit card debt and interest payments appear to be the norm, we tend to forget (or perhaps might not be aware), that there is a way for us to receive interest payments as opposed to constantly paying them. How? Through something quite amazing called a Dividend. Dividends are payments made by […]

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Make Your Child a Future Millionaire

Did you know… the odds of your child becoming a millionaire (or very close to it!) by the time they reach adulthood multiply significantly if you start them young? I am not talking about winning the lottery, becoming a basketball player, or getting an inheritance from a long lost uncle. I am talking about a powerful […]

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