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Oblivious Investor — Low-Maintenance Investing with Index Funds and ETFs. Retrain your investment brain. We are hard-wired to be idiot investors.

Retrain your investment brain

Worse than that, we’re not getting any smarter regardless of how much we read, research and educate ourselves. Nobel Economics Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman in his 2011 book Thinking Fast and Slow, showed that even knowing about our own psychological weaknesses doesn’t make us better investors. In fact, over the past 30 years the average share market investor in the US earned an average annual return of just 3.7% compared to the S&P 500’s 11.1% annual return.1. Podcast 36: Being Financially Secure in Today’s Economy, Jane Bryant Quinn. Today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast features Jany Bryant Quinn, author of Making the Most of Your Money Now: The Classic Bestseller Completely Revised for the New Economy.

Podcast 36: Being Financially Secure in Today’s Economy, Jane Bryant Quinn

The book will be released this Tuesday, December 29, 2009 and here is a review. Tom Dziubek, Flexo, and Jane Bryant Quinn discuss the author’s revisions since the book’s last update in 1997 and what everyone should know about being financially secure in today’s economy. Production Number: S02E10 Segment Numbers: 53 To listen, use the player above (Adobe Flash required), download the podcast here, subscribe to the podcast RSS feed, or use the iTunes link. Note: open links in a new window (Ctrl-click or Command-click) to avoid interrupting the podcast. Consumerism Commentary Podcast 165: Credit Scoring and Management. Today on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Jay talks with John Ulzheimer about credit scores and managing your credit history.

Consumerism Commentary Podcast 165: Credit Scoring and Management

They also discuss the deceptive marketing of pre-paid debit cards, how a FICO score is built and the unfortunate history of credit repair firms. Consumerism Commentary Podcast Credit Scoring and Management: S07E09 / 165 Download – RSS – iTunes Table of contents We always welcome feedback from listeners. Theme music by Mindcube. The Consumerism Commentary Podcast. The Consumerism Commentary Podcast is a weekly personal finance show, hosted by both Tom Dziubek, a former podcaster with the Wall Street Journal, and Jay Frosting, who started his first podcast in 2005 for fans of novelty rock music.

The Consumerism Commentary Podcast

Each week, the show offers commentary about money management, getting out of debt, budgeting, consumer issues, investing, and the economic issues that touch individuals in the United States and all over the world. Tom and Jay are occasionally joined by Luke Landes, the founder of Consumerism Commentary. You can subscribe to the Consumerism Commentary Podcast by adding the podcast RSS feed to your audio device or RSS reader. You can also subscribe and download the episodes from iTunes. Interested in advertising on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast?

7 Investing Podcasts You Should Download Today. The 20 Best Investing Blogs of 2016. Being a good investor is all about education.

The 20 Best Investing Blogs of 2016

There are so many facets to investing, that one person or blog just doesn’t have everything. In fact, you can spend years and years researching investing, and there will still be things to learn or stones left to turn. That’s why it’s important to turn to the best investing blogs. This is the third edition of the best investing blogs to follow. We stared this list to put together a single resource of amazing investors and their blogs – and over time that list has changed and evolved. So, if you want to continue to learn and read about interesting investment ideas, follow the investing blogs on this list. Merriman. First Things First – How to Go About Prioritizing Your Savings Deciding how to best prioritize your savings can seem overwhelming, and the decisions you make can lead to very different long-term outcomes.

Merriman

It’s especially difficult to know where to start with all of the different account types and savings vehicles available to you. As with all goals, developing a plan you believe in and can consistently apply will greatly improve your success rate. Use the following steps as a starting point for prioritizing your savings. If a step doesn’t apply to you, simply move on to the next step. Step 1 – Contribute enough to your 401(k) to receive the full employer match This is one of the few places in life where you can receive money by simply participating. Step 2 – Pay down your highest interest rate credit cards. The Longer the Base the Higher in Space. In The Four Horseman we discussed the interplay between the four groups of market participants and how better understanding their behavior can improve one’s ability to forecast the path of least resistance for stock prices.

The Longer the Base the Higher in Space

Investment Newsletter Archive. Legal Notices: Stansberry Research LLC (S&A) is a publishing company and the indicators, strategies, reports, articles and all other features of our products are provided for informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as personalized investment advice.

Investment Newsletter Archive

Our recommendations and analysis are based on SEC filings, current events, interviews, corporate press releases, and what we've learned as financial journalists. It may contain errors and you shouldn't make any investment decision based solely on what you read here. It's your money and your responsibility. Readers should be aware that trading stocks and all other financial instruments involves risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and we make no representation that any customer will or is likely to achieve similar results. My 30-year Forecast - Bogleheads. 555 wrote: Rodc wrote: 555 wrote:Rodc, kv968, why are you pretending that the "Risk Estimate" column is not there when it is?

My 30-year Forecast - Bogleheads

He does not provide an estimate of the error in his 30 year forecast if you read more carefully what that column is. Money Crashers - Personal Finance Blog & Guide to Financial Fitness. A Wealth of Common Sense - Personal Finance, Investments & MarketsA Wealth of Common Sense. Blog - Bottom Line's Money Masters with Vahan Janjigian. Bottom Line's Money Masters Stock Report is published by Boardroom, Inc. and is available to the general public on a subscription basis.

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