This post originally appeared as a guest post on DivGro on August 16, 2017.
- Make financial freedom one of your strategic goals.
- You have to know where you stand and where you want to end up.
- Have a game plan or else you merely have a dream and not a goal.
- Be sure you do not totally sacrifice the present for the future if you decide to make financial freedom a strategic goal.
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The other day a reader asked me for some ideas as to how I go about selecting companies in which to invest. He had read other blogs which make extensive use of technical indicators and oscillators (Williams%R, MACD, Bollinger Bands, Stochastic Oscillator, etc.) and relied to a great extent on charting tools (SharpCharts, Point & Figure Charts, Candle Glance Charts, etc.). While he recognized these tools might work well for some investors, he acknowledged that his personality was such that he did not want to perform an indordinate amount of technical anlysis. Continue reading “Achieve Financial Freedom – Start By Asking Why and not How”
Becoming financially free by following a sound investment strategy has been at the forefront of my mind for as long as I can remember. Fortunately, many years ago I came to terms with my strengths and weaknesses as they relate to investing which enabled me to formulate 10 investment commandments for early financial freedom.
In this post I share my 10 Investment Commandments which helped me become financially free several years before the typical retirement age of 65+ years. My 10 Investment Commandments
If money issues are a recurring theme, follow these actionable steps to reduce stress and end the more month than money dilemma.
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