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What do you want to read about on I Will Teach You To Be Rich in 2008?

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Happy New Year!

(And welcome to new readers from my NPR interview. To get started, here’s a list of my most popular articles.)

There are lots of grand 2008 blog posts going around, but before I get to them: What do you want to read about in 2008 on iwillteachyoutoberich?

Do you want more audio / video features? Interviews with money managers? Articles about entrepreneurship?

Would you like to learn how to track your money? Learn more about the nuts and bolts of investments and asset allocation? Learn how to talk about money issues with your friends?

Or…something else?

When it comes to getting rich — whether that’s money or entrepreneurship or creating a seamless personal-finance infrastructure — what would you like to read about on iwillteachyoutoberich in 2008?

Note: Listen to my interview with NPR about personal finance for the new year.

[Update]: Interesting comments about what other people want to read (Melanie’s is my favorite).

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  1. One of my biggest questions about my life is if it’s a better idea to put extra money into your mortgage or into home improvements (such as new windows, kitchen remodel, finishing the attic, etc). Your thoughts on that would be of interest to me.

  2. I would love to read some articles dealing with careers, specifically reaching out potential employers. I’m a recent graduate and I would like to learn how to email employers and get their attention to get an interview.

    I really enjoy reading your blog and look forward to 2008 for your site. Thanks Ramit!

  3. I’d like to read frequent, quality posts like you used to do in the old days, instead of the occasional gem mixed in with a lot of self promotion — which seems to have been the case recently.

    To answer your question more directly, I’d be interested in reading more about asset allocation and investment, as well as concrete personal finance tips. I find the interview less interesting or useful, but that may just be me.

  4. I too would like to see posts regarding asset allocations and investments. Perhaps a look into how to research and find investments, like methods for using stock screeners, etc.

  5. I would like to see a bit more about asset allocation and showing people a rough template on how to setup their finances. I think that would help a lot of personal finance newcomers. I plan on writing about it one of these days on my new blog. Come check it out if you get the chance. Have a great 2008!

  6. Just write something. Anything. You’re pretty smart, and no doubt you’re doing lots of cool stuff all the time, so why not put it on this blog. I’m a little perturbed by the 2 posts in nearly 2 months thing you’ve been doing for a while. I’m guessing its cause you are trying to come up with huge stuff to write about or are busy doing your best 50 Cent impression (getting money). So I say, you don’t always have to come up with big new stuff to say, and maybe write about the stuff you’re doign to market yourself. You must be doing something. I’m sure you gave NPR a little help in finding your site, maybe you can explain that. I’m sure you think aobut how to improve some of your other posts, write about those. Just write some stuff.

  7. I think audio/video would be cool…maybe some PF podcasts or something like that. Maybe you could even interview other PF bloggers and post. I only recently discovered your site, but an anxious to dig in and review.

  8. Happy New Year Ramit!

    After listening to your interview on NPR (loved it! you are such a great interviewee), I was really interested in the measurement focus this year.

    My eyes glaze over when tracking systems get really complex since finance is definitely not my topic of interest (though I love this blog), so could you share SIMPLE tools that even finance weenies like me could use?

    Also, on a personal note as a Mom of a college student, I would LOVE some tips for parents on how to teach your kids about budgeting. I realize that it is their responsibility, but I often feel like I am not doing enough to guide and encourage the right behavior. It is hard not to come across as bossy and parental which I know is not appropriate since my son is 21.

    I can imagine a fun post that would be something your 20-something readers could pass on to their parents and say “Read this!”

    And I have to comment on what Michele said: I know we all love the long posts, but those take a LOT of time. It is really a challenge to keep up consistent blog writing when you have so much else going on in your work and personal life. I don’t think people realize just how much of your mind, body and soul you put into writing a good quality blog … and you do it for free mostly (you just started advertising here). So I consider self-promotion to be well-deserved, given all I have gotten from this blog.

    I am sure Michele was not trying to be harsh (she is very entitled to her opinion, and you asked for it), but I just wanted to give the perspective from the other side of the coin, protective mother hen that I am.

    I wish you much fun, good growth opportunities personally and professionally, fame and fortune and maybe even time for a girlfriend in 2008. It wouldn’t kill you to go on a date, you know. (there I go, being maternal again)


  9. Some more “nuts and bolts” of asset allocation would be great.

    I’m looking for a simple way to invest through dollar-cost averaging, but some funds (such as the large-cap socially-responsible index DSI) are only available as ETFs. I would eventually like to set up a good asset allocation of large- and small-cap domestic stocks, international stocks, and a small amount of bonds.

    How can I maintain a diversified portfolio while maintaining a simple way of doing automatic investments? I don’t want to spend a lot of money on brokerage commissions for ETFs every month.

    I would just use a balanced “Target Retirement” mutual fund but I want to buy only socially-responsible funds whenever possible.

  10. I’d definitely like to hear more about entrepreneurship. I’d prefer less/no audio visual stuff (I much prefer reading blogs to watching them). Talking about money issues with friends sounds cool.