If you are wondering whether to dive in, this independent review might help. I think it captures this blog’s essence perfectly.
If after reading it The Series sounds appealing, you will very likely enjoy it.
If by the same token your reaction is, “This doesn’t sound right for me,” it very likely isn’t.
Part 1: There’s a major market crash coming!!!! and Dr. Lo can’t save you
Part II: The Market Always Goes Up
Part III: Most people lose money in the market
Part IV: The Big Ugly Event
Part V: Keeping it simple, considerations and tools
Part VI: Portfolio ideas to build and keep your wealth
Part VII: Can everyone really retire a millionaire?
Part VIII: The 401(k), 403(b), TSP, IRA & Roth Buckets
Part VIII-b: Should you avoid your company’s 401k?
Part IX: Why I don’t like investment advisors
Part X: What if Vanguard gets Nuked?
Part XI: International Funds
Part XII: Bonds
Part XIII: The 4% Rule, withdrawal rates, and how much can I spend anyway?
Part XIV: Deflation, the ugly escort of Depressions
Part XV: Target Retirement Funds, the simplest path to wealth of all
Part XVI: Index Funds are really just for lazy people, right?
Part XVII: What if you can’t buy VTSAX? Or even Vanguard?
Part XVIII: Investing in a raging bull
Part XIX: How to think about money
Part XX: Early Retirement Withdrawal Strategies and Roth Conversion Ladders from a Mad Fientist
Part XXI: Investing with Vanguard for Europeans
Part XXII: Stepping away from REITS
Part XXIII: Selecting your asset allocation
Part XXIV: RMDs, the ugly surprise at the end of the tax-deferred rainbow
Part XXV: HSAs, more than just a way to pay your medical bills
Part XXVI: Pulling the 4%
Part XXVII: Why I don’t like Dollar Cost Averaging
Part XXVIII: Debt –The Unacceptable Burden
How to unload your unwanted stocks and funds
You, too, can be conned
Why you need F-you money
How I failed my daughter and a simple path to wealth
My path for my kid — the first ten years
What we own and why we own it
The smoother path to wealth
Putting the Simple Path to wealth into action
Why I can’t pick winning stocks, and you can’t either
Dividend Growth Investing
Jack Bogle, the bashing of Index Funds and a Jedi dog trick
Social Security: How secure and when to take it
How to give like a Billionaire
Betterment: A simpler path to wealth
Why your house is a terrible investment
Rent v. Owning, opportunity costs and running the numbers
Death, taxes, estate plans, probate and Prob8
My guest post on MMM: It has never been about retirement
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