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Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)

In The Only Guide To A Winning Investment Strategy You’ll Ever Need, Larry Swedroe dedicated a major portion of the book to the discussion of the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH), specifically to explain why investing in passively managed funds is a winning investment strategy. What is Efficient Market Hypothesis? The Efficient Market Hypothesis asserts that … Read moreEfficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)

Real Estate Investing: Return On Investment and Leverage

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One of the commonly touted advantage of real estate investing is the financial leverage that can result in enormous return on investment. A typical example usually compares investing an amount in real estate versus the stock market, where the return on investment for real estate investing far exceeds that of the stock market. For instance: … Read moreReal Estate Investing: Return On Investment and Leverage

No Budget, No Problem: Achieving Financial Success without a Budget

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When it comes to budgeting, there are two main camps on this matter — either you swear by it, or you believe budgeting doesn’t work. For example, Nickel coined the term reverse budgeting and pretty much said he saves as aggressively as he could and let the chips fall where they may. On the other … Read moreNo Budget, No Problem: Achieving Financial Success without a Budget

What is Your Thought on Socially Responsible Investing (SRI)?

Recently, I wrote about lending money on Prosper, which is one of the many peer-to-peer lending networks that are popping up everywhere. The post itself didn’t say anything about socially responsible investing (also known as, SRI, morally responsible investing or ethical investing). However, a lively discussion on this topic came up when Kevin stated his … Read moreWhat is Your Thought on Socially Responsible Investing (SRI)?

Money Matters for All Ages – The Chaotic Thirties

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This article is part of the Money Matters for All Ages group writing project being conducted by the M-Network and other blogging friends. See the bottom of this article for the full list of participants and links to their articles. Please check back daily, as I will update the links as new articles are posted! … Read moreMoney Matters for All Ages – The Chaotic Thirties

Dave Ramsey’s College Savings Advice

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On Monday night, I stumbled upon the Dave Ramsey Prime Time on Fox Business Network Show and stopped channel surfing to watch it. I heard about Dave Ramsey through my friends — many of whom greatly admire him (e.g., Ana, Randall, Lynnae, Gibble, and Mrs. Micah). Personally, I like how he helps thousands of people get … Read moreDave Ramsey’s College Savings Advice

Quick Wins, Pareto, and Personal Finance

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In “Using Pareto Principle to Improve Personal Finance” post, I demonstrated how we could use the Pareto principal to focus our limited resources on the things that will give us the most benefits. Raymond from Money Blue Book commented: Interesting concept — so is it suggesting that I would be better of not trying to … Read moreQuick Wins, Pareto, and Personal Finance