It was a busy week on My Own Advisor!
In case you missed it:
This was the latest dividend income update on our journey to retirement.
I shared this financial freedom story from Phil, a reader of this site who happily retired on his 39th birthday. Impressive.
Enjoy the following Weekend Reading articles from the week that was and see you here next week. Thanks for reading and sharing the articles on this site.
Stephen Weyman showed us how to hack gift cards for big discounts.
Here are some fees to cut from the daily grind.
BrighterLife listed some brain foods. From the list, I love eggs and dark green veggies myself. Blueberries are great too.
Dividend Mantra wrote about foreign domiciled stocks including a few Canadian studs.
This is how simple your Investment Policy Statement (IPS) can be.
Mr. Money Mustache wondered if you’re giving the shaft to your future self, saying: “Every financial transaction you make today is not so much a deal with a mortgage company, car dealer or department store. It’s a deal with your future self.” The same could be said of your health, education and career as well. I like these posts; great site, follow it people.
I enjoyed this solid Michael James on Money article about dividends vs. capital gains in retirement. I’m convinced a blend of both will work for us.
The Passive Income Earner is doing well here.
Here are some entertaining book titles from Big Cajun Man. I was happy to see “Early Fun, Save Late, Yummy Cat Food” was still available.
Holy Potato provided his take on Robo-Advisors.
724Credit shared what to consider before you buy a home.
Vanguard wrote about bonds wondering if they are doing what they are supposed to do for your portfolio.
Retire Happy wrote about seniors, retirement and debt.