Category Archives: Investments

Be Fearful of Financial Planners and Investment Advisors Who Promise Consistently High Returns

I came across a great proverb in a recent CNBC article titled, “Investments and the ghost of Bernie Madoff” that seems to line up perfectly when I ask the question why an “expert” really needs my money, Farr [an investment advisor], in an email exchange, recounted the tale of a college professor who had his students… Continue Reading

Mathematical Proof You Needed to Start Investing and Saving Yesterday

I was working with some calculations the other day and something became ridiculously apparent to me.  You and I (along with almost anyone) literally can’t afford to wait to start investing and savings. Calculating Contribution and Investing Returns I think a very simple example will provide evidence that you need to start contributing, investing and saving… Continue Reading

March 2014 Dividend Champion Watch list

After my February 2014 Dividend watch list update I bought: 12 Shares of KO for $456.27 I didn’t sell any shares last, although I may be doing this a bit more when/if I find a particular equity egregiously overvalued as is/was the case with the only sale I made in the past couple years within this particular investment account.  It turns… Continue Reading