How Every Decision Can Make You Richer

You go to lunch with a colleague. Everything is good. When the waiter puts the bill on the table, the total is $26. Do you pick it up? Do you wait and hope he does? Or do you suggest you split it? On the surface, this is a minor decision. But in truth, it is one of a...

Why Smart Investors Apply Next-Level Thinking

Why Smart Investors Apply Next-Level Thinking

Being ignorant of your ignorance is fatal in the world of investing. You could be taking on far more risk than you know. Recently, I was asked at a social function about the volatility of the share market. My distilled response was “The market is reacting to deflation...

How to Invest in Stocks for Lifetime Wealth

How to Invest in Stocks for Lifetime Wealth

With a net worth of $66 billion, Warren Buffett is the second-richest man in America. Most people know Buffett as a great investor. Why? Early in his investing career, he realized that there were certain businesses that had strategic advantages — advantages that...

How to Raise Your Financial Vibration

How to Raise Your Financial Vibration

In this article, I’ll share some practical tips for raising your financial vibration and expanding your financial comfort zone. If you dislike the term vibration, don’t worry about it — it’s arbitrary anyway. Feel free to substitute other words...

What You Should Ask Your Money Manager — Right Now

What You Should Ask Your Money Manager — Right Now

Your money manager — just like your broker, banker, and insurance agent — makes his money by selling you a service. If you don’t know exactly what he’s doing for you or how much he’s charging you, you are vulnerable. And yet, most investors — probably 8 out of 10 —...

How to Be Rich (2016 Edition)

How to Be Rich (2016 Edition)

“Contrary to popular modern belief, it is still quite possible for the successful individual to make his million — and more.” J. Paul Getty wrote these words in 1965 in his book How to Be Rich. I first read it more than 10 years ago and liked it very much. I read it...

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