Mortgages are like smoke and mirrors. Unless you love spreadsheets. For everyone else, Jared peeks behind the curtain to show you the many ways mortgages aren’t what you think they are, and what you need to do to minimize the impact they can have on your long-term investing goals.
It’s important to be honest about expected returns. How you look at data, trends, “past performance” and bloated market projections can have a huge impact on your financial wellbeing. Jared dives into some macro viewpoints and gives you the perspective needed to see through the hype.
Professional managers do their best to keep your investments stable. Jared talks about adding your investments to the pool of capital they manage as a safer idea than thinking you can do it yourself. Once you jump in, the kind of mutual fund you choose makes a difference.
Value for money is something to consider in fast food. Unless you want to bring your lunch every day and never leave your desk, Chipotle is a healthy, inexpensive option. Burrito challenge aside, Jared tells you why it’s also a great investment.
College is so expensive that it is “the personal finance issue of our time,” according to Jared. Today, he shares the only solution for the issue on a national level, the biggest financial screw-up you can make with your education, the one question you need to answer to see whether your...