Free chapter from Ramit’s Guide to Kicking Ass — The Information Diet

September 28th, 2007

Have you ever felt like you're reading blogs and talking to lots of people every day -- getting more and more information -- and not getting anything done? Delavar wrote me this morning: I'm a regular reader of your blog and wanted to tell you that I've seen firsthand the power of some of the principles you've mentioned in your ...

PBwiki is hiring a support manager and you might be perfect

September 26th, 2007

[Edit]: Quick link for the job description is here. PBwiki has been growing! Now we're hiring someone special to design our technical-support strategy and manage a support team of four. A caricature of me that scares women and young children. See the rest of the PBwiki team here. If you have experience with online communities and/or technical support and ...

Tell me a story and be in my upcoming book

September 21st, 2007

[Update]: Most of the questions near the top of each category have lots of answers. Please try to answer the ones near the bottom! I have a new iwillteachyoutoberich book on the way, and I'm looking for some stories and data to feature in my book. Credit cards. Tell me about... General survey -- credit-card usage Your biggest mistake with ...

Meet me in San Francisco this Saturday

September 20th, 2007

I'll be working on the iwillteachyoutoberich book at Jovino in SF this Saturday from 11am-2pm. If you want to meet up to talk about entrepreneurship, personal finance, or anything else, see you there!

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Why my friend invests in an insanely expensive fund and why I don’t

September 19th, 2007

I was working on my asset allocation this weekend -- something I haven't written about in detail yet -- and had something interesting happen. One of my friends works in finance and was hanging out with me. He told me that I should look at look at one of his company's funds, which was doing really well. I checked it ...

How much an iPhone will really cost you

September 13th, 2007

Look at this fascinating quote from this week's Time Magazine: " of last week, the income segment with the highest percentage of visitors to the iPhone site was 18 to 24 years of age, earning less than $30,000 per year." For decades, personal-finance "experts" have told young people not to buy lattes, fancy electronics, and expensive clothes. To which ...