Awhile back, I wrote a POST called 'My Army of Loyal Henchmen'. RockStar Finance even featured me on their site. Anyway, the main gist of the article is that my passive income investments, hustles, and schemes earn money every month. I like to think of my extra income has being earned by a small army of … Continue reading Henchmen WorldWide Inc.
Where is it I am trying to go exactly? Once I hit 55 and a half, or 62, or 65 I know I am all set. The numbers from My Retirement Master Plan are clear. The real question is how much do I need to stop below the 50 years old mark? 25 Times expected … Continue reading The Finish Line
Risk tolerance is a question everyone involved with personal finance has to ask themselves at some point or another. While I dream and scheme of level 8's, I will probably only ever pull off 7's. My wife has nightmares about 4's. Call it the Bilbo Baggins problem. You can play it nice and safe and … Continue reading Fortune Favors the Bold
I earn a wage. My wife earns a wage. My other passive income investments, hustles, and schemes also earn money every month. I like to think of my extra income has being earned by a small army of henchmen who work tirelessly and solely for my own benefit. This is not only a helpful way … Continue reading My Army of Loyal Henchmen
I love the stock market, it is fully 33% of my FIRE plan, but the way I do stocks is a far cry from how I started out playing stocks. One of the great advantages of reading through other people's blogs is that you can get advice from all my 'mistakes'. It's as if we … Continue reading The Art of Market Timing