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Best 0% APR Balance Transfer Credit Cards – May 2019 (Up to 15 Months w/ No Balance Transfer Fee)

If you are paying interest on a credit card balance, your first concern should be paying down that debt. Ignore which card earns the most points or airline miles when you are paying crazy 15%+ interest! If you are ready to pay down that debt, … [Read the rest]

Firstrade Free Trades on Stocks, ETFs, Options, Even Mutual Funds (+New App)

(Updated May 2019: Firstrade has released a newly-redesigned mobile app, which is easier to use and more similar to the other app-first brokerages *cough* Robinhood *cough*. If this is important to you, you might check it out in combination with … [Read the rest]

5% Cash Back Cards: Gas Stations, Grocery Stores, Restaurants – April thru June 2019

(Updated May 2019: Discover added Paypal to its 5% list for July-September, and added Target (in-store and online) and (online only) to it's 5% list for October-December.) The credit cards below offer up to 5% cash back on specific … [Read the rest]

Dividend ETF Comparison: Total Market vs. High Dividend vs. Steady Dividend Growth

After my post on mailbox money last week, I did some poking around comparing different dividend-focused ETFs. Specifically, the idea of focusing on companies with a steadily growing dividend, not a high dividend yield. Here are three different … [Read the rest]

Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card Review – $300 Bonus + 4% Back at Restaurants

Does dining out and take-out describe your daily ritual? Capital One has refocused their Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card with a sign-up bonus, waived first year annual fee, and 4% cash back at restaurants. Here are the … [Read the rest]

Chase United Explorer Card Review – 40,000 Bonus Miles

The United Explorer Card is a co-branded Chase credit card that offers unique perks on United Airlines including free checked bags and expanded economy seat availability when redeeming miles for award flights. Right now, the $95 annual fee is … [Read the rest]

Mailbox Money in Retirement: Social Security, Pensions/Annuities, Bond Interest, and Stock Dividends

I am always curious about the nitty-gritty details of how real-world financial planners guide their clients. Krueger & Catalano has shared some unique insights on their website, including the topic of creating retirement income in How Much is … [Read the rest]

Berkshire Hathaway Post-Shareholder Meeting CNBC Interview 2019 Full Video, Full Transcript (Buffett, Munger, and Gates)

On the Monday after the recent Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting, Becky Quick of CNBC did another 2-hour interview with Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, and Bill Gates. CNBC has thankfully posted the entire interview online along with a full … [Read the rest]

Callan Periodic Table of Investment Returns 2019

One of the harder things about investing is buying an investment that has been performing poorly. How many people are getting media attention for pushing the idea of diversification in international stocks right now? None. I mean, some folks are … [Read the rest]

Charlie Munger: Financially Independent at Age 38 in 1962

Despite the fresh packaging, we should remember that the "FIRE" concept (Financially Independent, Retire Early) is anything but a new concept. Even I can't help being a little intrigued by the clickbait title "This Secret Trick Let This Couple … [Read the rest]

Blue Cash Preferred from American Express Review: 6% Cash Back on Groceries ($6,000/Year), Netflix, HBO Now, Spotify

New added features, bigger welcome offer. The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express has been updated with a bigger welcome offer and new 6% and 3% cash back categories. Thankfully, their best feature remains: 6% cash back at US … [Read the rest]

The Best Time To Plant A Tree Is Now

Have you heard of the "happiness curve"? According to multiple studies of life satisfaction, I am entering the unhappiest period of my life at age 40 (WaPo): My theory is that this is simply the inverted curve of "number of humans that I am … [Read the rest]

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