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Investing With Robinhood

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Robinhood is an investing app that boasts free stock trades, low account minimums, and an easy to use interface.  I’ve been interested in getting in to dividend growth investing and individual stocks and have been … read more

Authenticity – What Consumers Really Want (But Can’t Afford)

I recently finished reading Authenticity – What Consumers Really Want, by James H. Gilmore and B. Joseph Pine.

The process of reading the book got me thinking about what authenticity really means and how we search for it in … read more

Easy Money With Ebates and TopCashback

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We’re going to start of with a quick overview of two of the best resources to save money while shopping online.  You’ve probably heard of EbatesTopCashback is similar in that it’s an online … read more

Pay Down Debt vs. Invest? I’m Split!

Literally!

The general assumption in investing is that the stock market returns around 7% a year on average.  Some years are better, some worse, with some variance due to fees and investment choices.  And so it goes that if you … read more

The Desire to Run Away

My all time favorite photography work is Broken Manual, by Alec Soth.  Manual was created from 2006-2010 and explores the desire of people to escape their lives and their means of doing so.  Soth has noted that the book … read more

2016 Spending Review (and My 1st Full Year of Budgeting)

Despite being obsessed with all things personal finance for the last couple of years, 2016 was the first time I tracked my spending for an ENTIRE YEAR!  On a related note, I also made bigger gains in my net worth … read more

A Real UAW

This summer (remember summer?  When it was warm?) I finally got around to reading The Millionaire Next Door, one of the quintessential personal finance books.  Besides shining light on the habits that make and keep people wealthy, MND also gave read more


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