Leading off this Weekend Reading edition, I want to thank Sheryl Smolkin for the recent interview with yours truly here. Check out what I said about starting my blog, investing lessons learned and more.
Enjoy the rest of these articles and see you here again next week, just in time for a Christmas wish.
Larry MacDonald profiled this investor who buys and holds dividend stocks to help take the emotion out of investing. Same plan here Larry, as you know!
Here are some lessons learned from the 2014 investing year.
Retire Happy wrote about boosting your financial fitness.
Nelson Smith thinks you’re nuts to buy a vacation home over investing in the stock market, his math says so.
Susan Brunner reviewed this REIT.
Wall Street Playboys said most of the personal finance stuff on the internet is bogus. They do raise some great points, like the 10% savings rule.
Dan Bortolotti discussed the pros and cons of limit orders. I use market orders myself, I don’t buy very often and besides, the costs are peanuts when compared to other things in life.
Here are some things according to Money We Have where money is well spent. I have to agree on the travel, life is for the living and new experiences and cultures are worth it.
Michael James on Money covered what he liked about Money Rules. I have no idea where he finds the time to read so much.
Robb Engen pushed back his financial independence target date but he continues to excel regardless.
Big Cajun Man said New Year resolutions start now.
InsurEye wants you to know some things after you say “I Do”.
Dividend Ladder listed some top performing U.S. dividend stocks of 2014.