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Here’s a chat transcript of my friend and me talking about investing and asset allocation

A Friend and I had an online chat yesterday and I thought it'd be interesting to paste below. It was a real chat, so most of it is unedited. Below, we cover: Setting up sub-accounts Why my friend makes me mad for being dumb Options for getting higher interest Setting up an asset allocation Why I think stock-trading fees are ...

Sleep research discusses sexy vs. rich

It's amazing how many people think money has to be complicated. I always talk how the most ordinary things usually work quite well -- deciding how much to consciously save, consistently growing your money in a diversified way, etc -- instead of debating minutiae about the fanciest investments. Take a look at this new sleep research covered in the New ...

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

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 ...

13 stunning differences in how men and women think about money

Digg this! Thanks to the 35+ comments on the last post, Rob from BankSwitcher ("Switching banks is hard...we make it easier") was kind enough to re-analyze the data from my survey on gender and money (n=1,167). Below, you'll see red highlighting around areas where there are dramatic gender differences. For example: Slide 10: Guess who negotiates their ...

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“Should I invest my student loans?”

Zach emails about his student loan money: Now for the most part all of that money will be used to do things like pay rent, and buy groceries, but when I've calculated it out, there's around $1000 left per semester minimum, and more if I can be frugal about how I spend it. My questions was, do you think it ...

I love these hilarious comments from angry financial advisers

The best part about Suze Orman's new Yahoo Finance column, "What to look for in a financial adviser," is the comments from angry financial advisors. "Advisor's [sic] need to make a living," they whine. "Of course a broker is going to make a commission....they have to eat too," says another commission-based apologist. And, in one particularly eloquent quote, a ...