Historian behaving badly...
…and Bill Bonner's close encounter with Britain's new PM, all in today's DR. (Oh, Bill also follows the subprime money trail.)
Two pictures telling two very different stories. If you can understand the difference, you’re further along than most in your financial education. If you can’t, that’s okay too. I’m going to teach you what they mean and how they can help you retire rich.
We all have a Chicken Little inside us, fearing that with every downturn in the market, hit to our investments, or alarming news story, the sky is falling. Today’s issue will give you five methods for killing your inner cynic, to help you sleep easier at night and also keep you from closing yourself off from opportunities because of fear.
I think it’s much riskier to rely on an employer for your financial well-being than it is to become financially educated and to invest your money wisely. But over the years, I’ve learned three key reasons why my poor dad really thought investing was risky—and why it was for him, and others like him.
78 percent of NFL players will go bankrupt within two years of retirement according to Sports Illustrated. Whether it’s football, the lottery, an inheritance—when people suddenly come into money, more often than not, they are unprepared for how to deal with the windfall. Let me tell you why… and how you can avoid that sort of fate.