Monthly Archives: September 2012

My Favorite Trigger Signals

This guest post has been written by Mike from The Dividend Guy Blog.  By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.   -Oscar Wilde- Now that you have the liquidity ready to buy any stocks you want, that doesn’t mean you should be in

Dividend Toolkit Review

While I am usually not a fan of e-books when dividend loving blogger DividendMonk asked me to review his Dividend Toolkit I knew this was going to be an exception.  Right off the bat you can tell that *this* e-book is different as it is 200 pages broken up in 6 intro topics and 6

Dealing With Forgotten Personal Finance Issues

Have you ever had that moment where momentum on all your financial goals halts because you somehow forgot about a planned bump in the road? I’m not talking about the surprises in life, like when a tree falls on your car or the basement floods.  I’m talking when its 3 weeks till Christmas and you

Finally Rebalancing and Reallocating my 401(k)

The last time I reallocated and rebalanced my 401(k) was in 2010 and even though I have mentioned “rebalancing my 401(k)” as a goal for years, I never did anything about it.  Come to think about it besides discovering (and fixing) the fact that I was leaving money on the table regarding my match, I

What Monthly Expenses Exist Today That Weren’t There in the Past?

The other day I had an interesting conversation with Helaine Olen, an infinitely more talented writer than I, about what is holding back my generation and the generation below me from financial prosperity.  I was responding to a recent article by Ms. Olen titled “The Problem with Finovate” in which it is her contention that,