IRA Roth or Trad

Your IRA: Roth or Traditional?

Received an email from a reader: “I actually have a question about whether to move my orphaned 401k to an IRA, traditional or Roth… I keep hearing that I should move to a traditional. I currently have two 401k from two past employers, one with a lot more than the other. One has maintenance fees the […]

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feelings

Oh, One More Thing: Feelings

Last week we talked about the five biggest mistakes investors make. This week I want to talk about something that’s probably bigger than “just” a mistake, something that probably accounts for more losses than anything else: feelings. We all have them, even geeks like me. Now, feelings aren’t bad — where would the world be […]

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investing mistakes

Your 5 Biggest Investing Mistakes

Here is the final reprint of earlier posts on things investors need to remind themselves of at least once a year. – W Stopped at a traffic light, investors seasoned and virginal alike wonder: am I doing this investing thing right? Is there something I’m overlooking, something that’ll make me slap my forehead when I see […]

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Get rich quick investing

How You Can Get Rich Quick Investing

New Years rolls around and everyone asks: how can I get rich quick investing? This is a reprint of something every investor needs to read at the beginning of every year. – W If you’re interested in making a lot of money with investing, it never takes you long to find yourself face to face […]

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happy new year 2016

Happy New Year For 2016!

2016 will be a remarkable year. No matter what circumstances may bring, you have the choice to prepare and to look at the half full part of the glass. So here’s wishing you all the good fortune you can get. And giving you the good-natured kick in the butt everyone needs at the beginning of […]

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christmas

Merry Christmas

No matter what your faith might be, this is for sure: there are some things in life bigger and of more importance than money. We often talk about long term planning — how is your planning for the really long term? Like where will you be 100 years from now? Think about it. Merry Christmas […]

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investor identity

Settling Your Identity

This is a reprint of a post which appeared earlier on Bite the Bullet Investing. But it is something every person needs to read once a year (if I may say so myself). – W What came first, the chicken or the egg? How about a similar question from a previous age: Is Thad a […]

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