Compound Your Human Capital To Financial Independence

Like many personal finance enthusiasts, I’ve been working hard toward the goal of financial independence and an early retirement.  That said, I’ve tried to balance out this goal with enjoying the process along the way. One can spend countless hours and an enormous amount of life energy trying to optimize investments in an, all-to-often futile, attempt to ‘build a better mousetrap’.  The thing with trying to ‘beat the market’ and

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What I Sold To Pay Off My Mortgage

As a follow up to my article on paying off my mortgage, I promised to post which stocks I sold, when I sold them, and what the price was if readers showed any interest in that information. I received a few e-mails requesting those details so, as promised, here is the data: February 29, 2012 Sales: TransCanada Pipeline – $43.02 Sun Life Financial – $$21.70 Proctor and Gamble (USD) – $67.70

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Dividend Growth Investing for Beginners

When you, as an investor, are looking at income earning opportunities, you should definitely mull over the option of dividend growth investing. Dividends allow you to enjoy your share in the profit of a company on a quarterly basis. Dividends are the total amount of money that a particular company pays out to its shareholders. The amount of dividend depends upon the performance of the company and dividend growth requires

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Selling Free Books On Amazon

I’ve written before about how to get the most out of your student loans and I even shared a strategy on renting real estate to college students for maximum profit.   Those were some of the things that I’ve actually done or experienced when in University that made money.  Of course, they cost money as well. It Doesn’t Take Money To Make Money I’m about to share with you one of

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