Investing Before A Recession: Is It Wise To Stop?

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. In a previous post I mentioned that one of the main keys to investing is to buy low and sell high. But is that always the case? Some believe that is the case now with a potential upcoming recession. That does make sense … Continue reading Investing Before A Recession: Is It Wise To Stop?

Diversification Of Investments: You’re Doing It Wrong

From rentals, stocks, commodities, and intellectual properties, everyone should be invested in multiple assets. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. It is rare to find anyone who puts all of their money into a single stock or bond and let that be. Most people instead buy multiple stocks, bonds, … Continue reading Diversification Of Investments: You’re Doing It Wrong

Millennials Buying Houses: Barriers To Housing

Millennials buying houses may seem like an unobtainable goal. However, there are many ways around the obstacles put in front of my generation to buy a house. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. In a previous post I have brought up behaviors of millennial spending. Millennials are spending more … Continue reading Millennials Buying Houses: Barriers To Housing

Dominoes Set: What Will Cause The Next Recession

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. In a previous post I have shown how a recession is a reflection of human behavior. We are in as much control of the recession as our own behavior. That being said it is far from irrational to be scared of a recession. … Continue reading Dominoes Set: What Will Cause The Next Recession

Middle Class Consumerism: American Dream’s Flaw

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. The middle class has been a thing ever since hierarchies were invented. However, the definition of the middle class has changed significantly. There will always be people in the middle of hierarchies, but what people should own in order for themselves be considered … Continue reading Middle Class Consumerism: American Dream’s Flaw

How To Prevent The Recession: You Need To Spend

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. Everyone is talking about how to prepare for the next recession, frankly, I do not blame them. However, no one is talking about how to prevent the recession. As hard as it is to believe, a recession is not a divine punishment from … Continue reading How To Prevent The Recession: You Need To Spend

Financial Stress From A Recession: Face Your Fears

There are many things on your mind during a recession, but know that everything can be overcome. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. Many people are afraid of the "upcoming recession" assuming one even does come. Although I am not going to lie, signs do point towards some financially … Continue reading Financial Stress From A Recession: Face Your Fears

Is Coffee Making Millennials Poor?: Truth In A Cup

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. Recently entrepreneurs have talked about millennials and how they will never be able to retire. What are the culprits? Apparently coffee and avocado toast. Millennials have become enraged by the very idea that either of those two are making them poor. I never … Continue reading Is Coffee Making Millennials Poor?: Truth In A Cup

401K Scam?: Hidden Truths In Your Retirement Plan

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. Many people say that 401ks are one of the best ways to save for retirement, including myself. With growth similar to other retirement funds and employer matches which are essentially free money, what is the downside to 401ks? Although there are many advantages … Continue reading 401K Scam?: Hidden Truths In Your Retirement Plan