The most successful investors take moonshot risks on extraordinary people, who can push their ideas across the finish line. That’s what Jared’s friend did—and now he has $9 million.
You want your money to last as long as you do… but not a minute longer. Following the “4% rule” in retirement will help you do that.
The investor who is willing to buy anything, no matter how yucky the company’s underlying business makes him feel, always wins in the end.
College has become a trillion-dollar booby trap. A third of Americans under 30 have outstanding student debt, and many of them are relying on loan forgiveness pipedreams. Jared sees a simple solution…
If someone else is handling your money, you have rendered yourself totally helpless. So keep your money separate, even after marriage—separate checking accounts, separate mutual funds, separate credit cards, separate everything.
Choosing austerity now is infinitely better than letting poverty force you into austerity in your 80s. Unless, of course, your dream retirement consists of canned beans and endless reruns of The Price Is Right.