Category: investments


The Wife Finally Gets A 401K At Work; Our Finances Rejoice.

My wife has been teaching at a private school for years now, and up until recently it was a pretty small place. They had about 35 students and 3 teachers until about 6 months ago when they expanded to 70 students and 7 teachers. Since they are getting bigger and bigger, her boss decided it […]


25 Ways To Invest For Making Money Off Helping The Environment.

Those of you who have been regular readers for a while might know that I run another site on environmental issues. Although I won’t mention the site, it’s not that hard to find as it is linked in my blogroll. I just received the October issue of Kiplinger’s and it is the “Green” issue, with […]


A Response To: The Market’s Nose Dive Continues – Boy Am I Glad I Got Out.

A number of other personal finance bloggers have started picking up on the fact that several others of us have sold some stock due to the market going on it’s wild ride. I wrote the other day that I had moved out of my individual stock portfolio just in time. But what readers should know […]


The Market’s Nose Dive Continues – Boy Am I Glad I Got Out.

Although I do agree somewhat with a lot of people that say now is the time to go in and buy cheap shares of companies you like, I am glad that a few weeks ago I removed myself almost 100% from my individual stock portfolio. After watching the market bounce around for a while, I […]


Things You Should Know Before Investing With Someone.

This article I just read reminded me of something my Dad once told me when I was a kid (will explain below). The article was discussing how investing in or with a friend or family member can be a risky proposition. There are all sorts of problems that can crop up in terms of your […]

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