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A good example of why you shouldn’t try to pick stocks

This is a great example of why you shouldn't try to pick individual stocks. Just because you can write down a top-of-mind analysis on a napkin doesn't mean you understand a company's financials. And remember, most professional investors -- who are paid millions of dollars per year -- can't either. Investing is not about picking stocks. TELL YOUR FRIENDS THIS. ...

Why you should stop complaining about Obama and the budget — and fix yourself first

I wrote this a few months ago, when the entire country was freaking out about Obama's budget and the bailout, but never got around to posting it. Even though it's a few months old, I cover why people love to complain about taxes, macro-policy questions, and Obama, but fail to spend even 1 hour managing their own money. * * * Turn on ...

Behind the scenes: 3 case studies about money that will make you laugh, cry, & vomit

I'm fortunate to hear a lot of interesting (and very personal) money stories, most of which cause me to either burst into a radiant smile or threaten immediate suicide. Today, I want to pull back the curtain to tell you about 3 people I've heard from in the last few days. A 32-year-old woman who just discovered she's been paying ...

5 myths of personal finance (plus: stupid advice)

What are the most common mistakes in personal finance -- especially among blog readers? I recorded a 30-minute interview with Flexo and Tom over at the Consumerism Commentary podcast with extensive notes below. It's called Stupid Financial Advice + The 5 Myths of Personal Finance. Stream the interview or download my melodious voice here. Notes: [00:00] Introduction from Flexo [00:...

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I’m guest writing at the New York Times this week

Last week, I wrote about the Guest Post Strategy to get people to read your stuff. This week, I'm a guest writer at the New York Times. Here's a quote from something I wrote: "Your friends will try to convince you that target-date retirement funds aren’t as high-returning and exciting as their fancy stocks (which they probably picked using ...

“Why would anyone keep investing when the market keeps going lower every day?”

A friend forwarded me these, and I wanted to share them with you. Don't automatically discount them just because they come from a financial company. These are excellent. Think carefully about where you want to be 10-20 years from now, investing-wise. 4 hypothetical investorsView more documents from ramit. Anatomy of a market decline: Why it pays to think long termView ...