What Investing and Ice Cream Have in Common

I love ice cream. My wife doesn’t love that I love ice cream, nor does my doctor. But it is my guilty pleasure and I love it. In fact, if I was to walk into a grocery store and find...

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Why People Fail at Flossing and 401ks

Twice a year I look at the dentist and tell her that I floss. She knows I don’t floss. And I know she knows, I don’t floss. But I stare at her anyway and tell her that I, do indeed,...

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401k Heads to the Gym

It seems weekly that my wife asks me when I’m going to start working out again. I usually have the same old answer, “Soon.” I can assure you that answer won’t suffice for much longer. Unfortunately the same response can...

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100 Million Problems

According to the 2010 US Census there are now approximately 170 million people in this country between the ages of 25 and 66. By some estimates, only 51 million of these people are participating in an employer sponsored retirement plan...

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I Love Dollar Cost Averaging!

Actually I love anything that gives my investment portfolio a legitimate edge. There is beauty in the simple and dollar cost averaging (DCA), or systematically investing into your 401k for example, is elegantly simple. Actually, if you are contributing to...

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