Often times when we think about investing, we thing about investing in assets, like stocks or bonds, but today I want you to think about investing in your relationships. This weekend, I had the opportunity to connect with a few friends from high school as well as my best friend from college. It reminded me how much I enjoy having these people in my life and how it’s not often that we take time … [Read more...] about Invest In Relationships – They Pay the Highest Dividends
Archives for July 2013
Congrats! You just finished college, or grad school, or law school, or business school! Now, it’s time to figure out what student loan program you’re going to choose to pay back your student loans. If you have a reasonable amount of student loans in relation to your income, then you will most likely want to choose the 10 year standard repayment method so that you can pay them off in a … [Read more...] about Student Loans: Pay As You Earn, IBR, ICR, PSLF, and OMG This Is Confusing!
There has been a variety of research conducted regarding how women differ from men when it comes to investing. According to a study by Barclays Wealth and Ledbury Research in 2011, women do indeed make more money in the stock market. Over the years, we tend to take fewer risks, do more research before we invest, and we tend to buy and hold. However, there’s a strange parallel that I’ve observed … [Read more...] about Why Women Make Better Investors…and Texas Hold’em Players