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Why Bad Things Stay So Bad For So Long

From staying in an abusive relationship, to joining a Twitter mob that bullies others, to not speaking up against corporate and political malfeasance, things stay bad for a long time because people are too dependent on money. Whether money is a need or a want, it ruins a person’s ability to stand up for what they know is right.

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How To Retire Early With Kids: A Nearly Impossible Task

Everybody can retire when their investment income is enough to cover their basic living expenses. But when it comes to retiring early (before 60), there are different levels of difficulty. The hardest type of early retirement is retiring early while raising adolescent children. Once you have children, you suddenly realize that retiring early without children is like going for a walk in the park. It seems so easy, you wonder why more people don’t get on board!

In this episode I discuss subjective and objective reasons why retiring early with children is nearly impossible, followed by some potential solutions.

Read more here, https://www.financialsamurai.com/how-to-retire-early-with-kids-a-nearly-impossible-task/ 

Arbitrage Your Way To A Richer And Better Life

You can take advantage of kinks in the system every day to improve your wealth and quality of life. Don’t just sit back passively and wait for your investments to make you wealthy. Also take some action. 

Practice identifying arbitrage opportunities to prosper. See the post here

Why You Deserve Everything

Every week, there are a lot of funny things that make me scratch my head and wonder WTF. But it is precisely these funny things that make me so positive and bullish for you and me. Here are three examples that make me go “hmmmm.”

Moderna and the Art of Personalized Medicine: Brainstorm Health

Happy Friday, readers. In 2018, Moderna Therapeutics filed for a titanic IPO (at that point, the largest biotech public offering in history). It raised $604 million, setting the company up for an initial valuation of about $7.5 billion. But, as is the story with so many pre-market biotechs, controversy was just around the corner. Moderna’s […]

Which ICO Projects Should You Monitor in the Upcoming Months?

The first half of 2019 had been decent for new blockchain-based startups, which managed to raise an aggregate of $2 billion, both from retail and institutional investors. It’s still way below the numbers we saw in 2018, but the regulatory scrutiny that emerged a year ago, as well as the strong drop in cryptocurrency prices, […]

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Sysco: Reasonably-Priced Defense

Now that global economic growth is decelerating, many investors are flocking to defensive, recession-resistant equities. This tends to happen during late stages of an economic cycle, as well as during mid-cycle slowdowns between periods of growth. For example, the consumer staples sector has outperformed the broader S&P 500 by over 9% over the past 12 […]

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A New Adventure For Financial Samurai: Less Retirement, More Entrepreneurship

After reaching my goal of publishing 3X a week for 10 years, I’ve decided to focus a little bit more on entrepreneurship. The formula of 90% fun / 10% business that got me this far isn’t going to take me where I want to go.

Once I became a father in 2017, the pressure was on to earn more to take care of my family since my wife doesn’t have a full-time job. 

To read the post, click here. This podcast is more like a post-mortem of the post. 

Newmont Goldcorp: Assessing The Outlook For This Gold Stock

Gold has proven an extremely popular investment over time. Investors are drawn to its “safe haven” status, meaning it tends to outperform equities in harsher economic times, and during other times of market volatility. This can be accomplished via investing directly in gold, either physically or through an exchange-traded fund like the GLD. It can […]

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The State Of The Housing Market And Higher Lending Standards

As mortgage interest rates tumble, the housing market is becoming more interesting. Inventory is already up in many of the nation’s once hottest housing markets, but the average credit score for qualified mortgage borrowers is also at an all-time high.

Due to these factors, I don’t see a recession as bad as the one we experienced between 2008-2010. Read the post and check out the graphs here.

 

 

Wheaton Precious Metals: An Overvalued Silver Stock

When investors are looking for stable, low volatility income stocks, they rarely look in the direction of precious metals producers. In particular, silver stocks tend to be quite volatile given the massive price swings the metal can exhibit in the market. However, that doesn’t mean these stocks should be ignored outright. The share prices of […]

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The Best Life Hack For Americans, Taking Advantage Of Canada

Getting ahead is very competitive in America. Thanks to living in a capitalist society, we’re driven by money, fame, and success. As a result, not everybody can win. 

Based on my experiences as a high school tennis coach for the past three years, I realized one of the best life hacks for Americans is to take advantage of Canada. If you have children and want to retire early, this episode is for you. 

Read the episode here. 

The Importance Of Feeling Consistently Uncomfortable For Personal And Financial Growth

As a parent, you want the best for your kids. However, there’s a risk parents over-protect their kids from harm’s way. It is through difficulty and conflict that we learn the most. In this episode, we discuss the benefits of raising our son in Virginia, where he’d be a minority, versus in Hawaii, where he’d be a majority. I, Sam, grew up in Virginia and the conflict help give me a lot of motivation and grit. 

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The Rapid Decline Of A Harvard Degree

A college degree is depreciating in value, yet tuition is at all-time highs. For those parents and students looking to attend a private university like Harvard, I’m not sure whether the cost, stress, and all the work to get in is worth it. The reputation of private schools and private school grads are getting sullied due to the college bribery scandal. 

Read the post here

Which Cryptocurrency to Buy: Top Three Bitcoin Alternatives

Table of Contents: Which cryptocurrency to buy – diversification Look at the Problem the Coin Purports to Solve Does the Coin Project Face Competition? Examine the Roadmap Investigate the Team Bitcoin Ethereum Monero Litecoin Binance Coin NEO Cardano The first thing to say about cryptocurrency investment is that it does not provide a guaranteed windfall […]

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Exxon Mobil: Buy This Oil Supermajor At An All-Time High Dividend Yield

Exxon Mobil (XOM) is an oil supermajor. Due to its poor business performance, the company has pronouncedly underperformed its peers and the broad market in the last five years. During this period, Exxon has shed 27% whereas Chevron (CVX) has dipped only 6% and S&P has rallied 53%. However, Exxon is about to return to […]

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A Fed Rate Cut Is An Ominous Sign For Us To Buckle Up

At last! After 10 years, we’ve finally got our first Fed rate cut. Here’s some logical analysis as to why we should all spend a little less, save a little more, and invest more cautiously over the next 12-18 months. If we are indeed at the beginning of a multiple rate cut cycle, history has not been kind to investors.

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Poking and Prodding: Did the CNN Democratic Debate Go Too Far?

CNN poked and prodded for fault lines among Democrats running for president during both nights of debates this week, and that wasn’t to everyone’s liking. The network took a hit on social media and among some critics for baiting candidates and provoking conflict. Drawing out differences in policy prescriptions and records, and seeing how politicians […]

The Financial Samurai Podcast: Quitting Your Job Is Selfish, Engineering Your Layoff Is The Right Thing To Do

Since publishing my book, How To Engineer Your Layoff, in 2012, I’ve had a number of people tell me that engineering your layoff is morally or ethically wrong.

But I’m here to argue that quitting your job is the morally and ethically wrong thing to do because you leave so many people in the lurch. Creating a win-win scenario and giving your colleagues time to find your replacement is a much better way to go.

My book is now in its 3rd edition for 2019 and beyond. 

Quitting Your Job Is Selfish, Engineering Your Layoff Is The Right Thing To Do

Since publishing my book, How To Engineer Your Layoff, in 2012, I’ve had a number of people tell me that engineering your layoff is morally or ethically wrong.

But I’m here to argue that quitting your job is the morally and ethically wrong thing to do because you leave so many people in the lurch. Creating a win-win scenario and giving your colleagues time to find your replacement is a much better way to go.

My book is now in its 3rd edition for 2019 and beyond. 

Digital Health Firm Livongo’s Secret Sauce: Brainstorm Health

Happy Thursday, readers. I hate to be a tease—but I think this is one worth teasing. I’ll have a report out soon (alongside a video interview) about one of the most interesting aspects of Livongo, the digital health chronic disease management firm which enjoyed a massive pop in its public debut on the Nasdaq last […]

Constellation Brands: A Stealth Play On The Marijuana Boom

Investments in cannabis companies have ramped higher in the past few years. Investors now have access to a variety of cannabis-related companies, as products containing cannabis have reached greater social and legal acceptance in North America and around the world. Multiple large companies whose business models are not related to marijuana have invested in this […]

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The New Three-Legged Stool For Retirement

The old three-legged stool for retirement consisted of: 1) Pension (Company), 2) Social Security (Government), and 3) Personal Savings (You). The NEW three-legged stool for retirement consists of: 1) You, 2) You, and 3) You. It’s time to get serious about your finances!

To read the post for more details click here. 

Imperial Brands: Don’t Miss This 10% Dividend Yielder

Imperial Brands (IMBBY) is a leading cigarette manufacturer and tobacco company based in the United Kingdom. It was one of our recent top picks from Sure Dividend for building a portfolio that creates dividends in every calendar month and remains so today due to its competitive advantages, growth potential, and dirt cheap valuation. The company’s […]

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America Movil: A Top Telecom Stock For International Growth And Dividends

When it comes to the telecommunications sector, most investors are probably familiar with the U.S.l-based giants like AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ). Indeed, these two companies dominate the U.S. telecom industry, and have a large investor following thanks to their high dividend yields. However, investors would do well to consider international telecommunications stocks as well, […]

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Reflecting On Two Years Of Being A Stay At Home Dad

Without a doubt, being a stay at home parent is harder than any day job out there. For those of you who are considering giving up your day job to spend those precious first years of life with your newborn, you’ll find this episode useful in helping you make your decision. If you’re a new father, you will especially appreciate this episode. 

Original post here. I love you son very much!

Alibaba: A Possible Dividend Down The Road, But Don’t Bet On It Yet

There are many ways for companies to allocate capital, and depending on their strategy, business model, and outlook for the industry they are active in, companies can make vastly differing decisions. Some prefer to make hefty payments to their shareholders via dividends and/or share repurchases, while others favor higher growth investment via either capital expenditures […]

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Why Dividend Investors Should Not Buy Uber Stock

Uber Technologies (UBER) IPO-ed in early May at $45 per share. Although the company is currently faced with steep losses from growth investment requirements and stiff competition from rivals like Lyft (LYFT) which squeeze its margins, it possesses an enormous growth runway that should eventually lead it to profitability. This leads us to try to […]

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The FS Podcast: How Much Money You Need To Retire Early And Live In Abject Poverty

As more people look to retire early before 60, more people are looking for shortcuts in order to get to early retirement quicker. What I’ve noticed is that more people are willing to live in abject poverty or near poverty just to do so.

I’ve crunched the numbers in this episode and post to show you how large of an investment portfolio you need to live poorly. The numbers are based off the official Federal Poverty Limit. 

The Financial Samurai Podcast: How Much Money You Need To Retire Early And Live In Abject Poverty

As more people look to retire early before 60, more people are looking for shortcuts in order to get to early retirement quicker. What I’ve noticed is that more people are willing to live in abject poverty or near poverty just to do so.

I’ve crunched the numbers in this episode and post to show you how large of an investment portfolio you need to live poorly. The numbers are based off the official Federal Poverty Limit. 

How Much Money You Need To Retire Early And Live In Abject Poverty

As more people look to retire early before 60, more people are looking for shortcuts in order to get to early retirement quicker. What I’ve noticed is that more people are willing to live in abject poverty or near poverty just to do so.

I’ve crunched the numbers in this episode and post to show you how large of an investment portfolio you need to live poorly. The numbers are based off the official Federal Poverty Limit. 

What Age Do Most People Retire In America

A lot of people want to retire early, but more than 80% of Americans retire after the age of 60. Let’s look at some of the details. Don’t get too much FOMO about the early retirement movement. It’s not the majority by any means. Read more and view charts here.

The Financial Samurai Podcast: What Age Do Most People Retire In America

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Episode notes: A lot of people want to retire early, but more than 80% of Americans retire after the age of 60. Let’s look at some of the details. Read more and view charts here: https://www.financialsamurai.com/age-people-retire-america/

The Financial Samurai Podcast: The Bull Market Checklist To Living Your Best Life Today

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Episode notes: There’s no point making money if you don’t use it to improve the quality of your life. Almost every asset class is going bonkers right now. It feels like we’re making free money. Nothing feels better than converting free money into something tangible or creating a wonderful experience. 

The Bull Market Checklist To Living Your Best Life Today

There’s no point making money if you don’t use it to improve the quality of your life. Almost every asset class is going bonkers right now. It feels like we’re making free money. Nothing feels better than converting free money into something tangible or creating a wonderful experience. 

Check out the post with more charts here

The Financial Samurai Podcast: Financial SEER – A Way To Quantify Risk Tolerance And Determine Appropriate Equity Exposure

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Episode Notes: This podcast is for someone who is wondering:

Whether they have the proper asset allocation
How to reduce investment stress while still benefitting from returns
How to quantify their risk tolerance
How to continue moving forward on their path to financial freedom despite all the uncertainty

You can read more and view charts here: https://www.financialsamurai.com/seer-quantify-risk-tolerance-determine-appropriate-equity-exposure/

The Financial Samurai Podcast: Solving The Happiness Conundrum In Five Moves Or Less

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Episode notes: I think money counts for at most 40% of our happiness equation, but we’re spending the majority of our time thinking about how to get more money, more power, and more prestige and not on the other 60%. As a result, we are not as happy as we could be. This episode discusses ways to try and increase your happiness.

The Financial Samurai Podcast: If I Could Retire All Over Again These Are The Things I’d Do Differently

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Episode notes: I can’t believe I’ve been writing about early retirement since 2009. The first three years of Financial Samurai was me mainly trying to figure out how to retire early. The subsequent years has been me touching upon various aspects of post-retirement life. Now that I’m deep into early retirement, I’d like to share what I’d do differently if I could rewind time and go back to when I first left work in 2012.

What Drug & Alcohol Addiction Taught Me About Risk & Reward

The following is a guest post by Deanna from MsFiology.com. Deanna is the first to kick off the Financial Samurai Underdog Tour where I highlight people who’ve overcome some sort of difficulty to lead a better life. If you’ve got an underdog story to tell, please sign up in the FS Forum and follow the

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How RealtyMogul Performs Due Diligence On Their Investments

I recently had lunch with Jilliene Helman, Co-Founder and CEO of RealtyMogul. I was impressed with her focus on creating a long-term, sustainable business versus pursuing every real estate deal for growth’s sake. I’m currently in platform due diligence mode as some of my real estate fund investments are starting to pay out. I expect

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The Financial Samurai Podcast: FS20, A New Property Leading Indicator That Gives Buyers Confidence

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Episode notes: Given the relative illiquidity of real estate, there is huge room to get your property transaction right or wrong. Therefore, I’ve come up with a new property leading indicator that if used properly, could save and make you a lot of money down the road. Let’s explore FS20 and discuss how you can apply it to your real estate search. View episode charts and comments here: https://www.financialsamurai.com/fs20-a-property-leading-indicator-that-gives-buyers-confidence/

How To Take Advantage Of Rich People So You Can Get Rich Too

I’ll never forget what my contractor told me in the midst of my home remodel. “After I’m done building your bathroom, I’m heading over to Pacific Heights and charging 2X more for a similar-sized bathroom,” he said. “How is that possible when sheetrock, pipes, tiles, and fixtures all cost about the same?” I asked. “Easy.

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This Dividend Aristocrat’s Growth Is Right On Target

The retail industry is subject to rapid change, thanks to the growing market share for online retailers such as Amazon (AMZN). Some brick and mortar retailers are adapting to this change better than others. Retail stocks often trade at inexpensive valuations, as the market is selling off shares of retailers all the same. Target (TGT) […]

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How A Bond-Investing Homeowner May Get To Profit Thrice

Bonds don’t get as much love as stocks because they are considered boring. It’s hard to get rich quick off a bond. But it is possible to see a quick windfall if you pick the right high-flying stock. Despite the lack of sexiness in bonds, if you’re serious about achieving financial independence or are already

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You Can’t Save Too Much In Your 401(k) For Retirement

One of the reasons why I started the Financial Samurai Forum was to extend the number of wonderful discussions we have on this site. Instead of letting me dictate what we talk about on any particular day, the community gets to decide what it wants, whenever it wants. The FSF is like reaching financial independence

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The Not So Obvious Reasons Why People Want To Achieve Financial Independence

The Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) movement is hot! With a bull market since 2009, many people in America and around the world have gotten wealthy by owning stocks, real estate, and other risk assets. As a result of our massive increase in wealth during a relatively short period, many people are warming up to

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How A Bad Real Estate Agent Can Kill Your Chances Of Getting The Best Selling Price

Although it seems absurd to pay a 5% commission to sell a property in the internet age, a great real estate agent with good connections may be worth it. Let’s say the best price you thought you could have gotten for your property was $1 million. But your real estate agent was able to work

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Home Warranty of America Review

Home Warranty of America prioritizes environmentally friendly solutions and provide coverage for every home, individual, and state. While Home Warranty of America is headquartered in Illinois, the company provides coverage for all fifty states in the US. They have more than 20 years of experience with delivering affordable coverage solutions to homeowners with great energy… Continue Reading–>

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Things To Consider Before Selling Your Business (Baby)

One of my luckiest investment decisions was not selling anything during the 2008-2009 financial crisis. I just held on for dear life, continued to max out my 401(k) and squirreled away anything left into an online savings account or CD. In 2012, I got lucky again by receiving zero offers for my SF primary residence.

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AmericanHomeWarranty.org Review

AmericanHomeWarranty.org aggregates home warranty companies and quotes into one dashboard based on a customer’s needs. With AmericanHomeWarranty.org you can select your location and your coverage preferences, and the site will return the best options for you. It allows you to compare prices and coverage at your leisure before contacting a sales representative. Let’s take a… Continue Reading–>

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Liberty Home Guard Home Warranty Review

Liberty Home Guard aims to provide its customers with a smart and convenient way to protect their homes. The home warranty company takes its customers seriously, doing everything it can to resolve their problems. Liberty Home Guard empowers its clientele by giving them the ability to make decisions regarding their home warranty. For example, Liberty… Continue Reading–>

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How Student Loans Work | Understanding the Basics

College is far from cheap these days, and that’s true even when you go to an in-state school. The College Board says that, on a national level, students paid an average of $10,230 for tuition and fees for four-year, in-state schools, and that doesn’t even include room and board. If you include housing and meals… Continue Reading–>

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Total Home Protection Warranty Review

Total Home Protection has only been around since 2016, but their reputation for great coverage and prices has grown quickly. They are committed to excellent service and comprehensive warranties. They contract with pre-screened technicians to provide their customers with trusted professionals in any situation. Total Home Protection prides themselves on customer service, and even in… Continue Reading–>

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HSA Home Warranty Review | High-Quality Home Protection

HSA was established in 1984 and since that time has been a force in the home warranty industry. From first-class service to excellent home warranty choices, HSA is a company customers associate with quality. Since its inception, HSA has strived to make itself synonymous with the best service in the home warranty industry including hiring… Continue Reading–>

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Do You Know Where Your Money Goes?

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Do you really know where your money goes each month? If you’re tracking your spending, you do. If you can’t say for sure, don’t automatically assume that your money just goes to “bills”. Chances are a surprising amount of it doesn’t. And that’s why you should care When you don’t know where your money is going, chances are you’re missing

The Financial Samurai Podcast: Move Over FIRE, Welcome DIRE

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Episode notes: This episode appeared in 4Q18 and is something to consider the next time we go through a downturn. Today, we are at peak FIRE. Unfortunately, when you’re at the peak, there’s usually nowhere to go but down. My crystal ball is saying the FIRE movement is in for a rude awakening. Read more and view charts here: https://www.financialsamurai.com/dire-movement-delay-inherit-retire-expire/

Move Over FIRE, Welcome DIRE – Early Retirement Just Got More Difficult

With a recession looming, the FIRE movement is going to get extinguished. In its place will rise the DIRE Movement: Delay, Inherit, Retire, Expire!

This episode appeared in 4Q18 and is something to consider the next time we go through a downturn. Today, we are at peak FIRE. Unfortunately, when you’re at the peak, there’s usually nowhere to go but down. My crystal ball is saying the FIRE movement is in for a rude awakening. Read more and view charts here: Move Over FIRE, Welcome DIRE

Make the Important Urgent

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We’ve all got things we want to accomplish — and some of those things are more important than others. Unfortunately, we tend to do the things that are most urgent first, even though they may not be very important to us. And that’s a shame, because what happens if you’re busy checking your email because you’ve got to respond to

Welcome To The Financial Samurai Podcast: An Introduction

Welcome to the Financial Samurai podcast! Here’s a quick intro of who Sam Dogen is and why you should listen to the podcast. 

The FS podcast is hosted by a person who spent 13 years in the financial services industry, got his MBA from Cal, and has grown FinancialSamurai.com into one of the largest personal finance blogs with over 1.5 million organic pageviews a month. 

You can read Financial Samurai’s About page here

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