Archive - June 26, 2019

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What I learned at Ukulele Camp that applies to finances
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Don’t Make These Investment Mistakes!

What I learned at Ukulele Camp that applies to finances

I’m pretty die-hard about DIYing everything I can. Yes, I know there’s a lot of argument that you should pay someone to do things while you’re out earning more per hour at something else, but I don’t buy it entirely. First of all, most of us spend plenty of time scrolling Facebook, binge-watching Netflix, and staring into the refrigerator. None of that is billable time.

There are a lot of projects that just require brute force and minimum skills—I’ll paint my bedroom over a weekend before I pay someone $800 to do it. However, I draw the line at danger …

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Don’t Make These Investment Mistakes!

By Eve Kaplan, Certified Financial Planner™

The investment world is a confusing, opinionated and noisy place. Here are 2 classic investment mistakes that are very common: 1) trying to time markets and 2) stock-picking your way to investment success.

Mistake One: Thinking You Can Time Markets (And Do Better Than the Average Investor)

Markets are notoriously changeable, just like the weather. There are hundreds of types of investments (asset classes) that move somewhat independently of other asset classes. These movements cannot necessarily be predicted. Sometimes there is no logical trigger that makes (example) US mid-cap stocks appreciate more than many …

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