Posts tagged investing
How to Build a Life of Maximum Return

As I grow up and try my hand at this whole “adult” thing, I’ve been putting a lot of thought and energy into the idea of investments. Whether it’s stocks or real estate, passive or aggressive, dividends or no dividends, simple or complicated, there are an endless number of strategies and theories that claim to be the best way to invest. The more I do my homework, the more conversations I have and the more I ask myself what I truly want out of life, I’ve begun to realize that the theories that steer the way we invest also steer many other areas of our lives.

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A Millennials Guide to Investing

On the whole, we humans have a tough time saving money. No surprise there. It's not natural for us to put money aside to be "enjoyed when we retire." Not only does retirement feel too far away to be a reality, it's also associated with limitations such as health risks. On top of that, depending on how set in our ways we are by that point, we might not even have the desire to enjoy traveling the world or buying the latest tech. It seems that it would be more enjoyable to spend the money now, wouldn't it?

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If it's not a definite yes, it's a definite no.

In a world of seemingly infinite possibilities, how do you determine what to invest your time, energy and resources in? It is important that you invest wisely because there are a host of 2.5 star opportunities vying for your attention, but life is too short to waste time on them. Look for the 5 star opportunities.

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Stack the deck so you win, even when you lose.

Contrary to popular belief, the greatest investors don't take gigantic risks. Average investors, certainly. Good investors, maybe. But not great investors. Rather, they minimize risk and maximize return.

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