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How to Know When to Risk More

How to Know When to Risk More

Risk Management It’s the forecasting and evaluation of financial risks together with the identification of procedures to avoid or minimize their impact. Thus and in theory, I can use it to benefit from the upside of assets with more risk (potentially more return). While managing the downside for the overall portfolio (not getting wiped out in…

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Weekend Reads: GDPR, Fidelity Bruises, Volvo Reborn and All Books Recommended by Bill Gates

GrowtoRetire.com Weekend Reads Here are the best collection of articles and news just for you. Grab a cup of cappuccino and have a nice weekend. FIRE / Retirement The changing face of retirement: Apartment living, active lifestyles, and rural homes (Curbed) – How a “silver tsunami” of aging boomers will reshape the senior housing market…

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Weekend Reads: How he Turned a $30k loan into a $1.7 Billion Company! Also: Yanny or Laurel?

GrowtoRetire.com Weekend Reads Here are the best collection of articles and news just for you. Grab a cup of cappuccino and have a nice weekend. Investing His Parents Loaned Him $30,000 to Start a Company. Now It’s Valued at $1.7 Billion. (Entrepreneur) The definitive collection – Buffett in his own words (CNBC) – The Warren Buffett…

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How to Win at Life

One of the most difficult things in life is to know the answer to this question: How to win at life?  What exactly is winning? How do you measure success? Is it having a family? Good health? Landing your dream job? Be financial independent? Early Retirement? People “feel” success in different ways, and have different objectives…

Compound Interest GrowtoRetire

The Power of Compound Interest

The Most Powerful Force of the Universe One of the most cited quotes ever is the one attributed to Albert Einstein, that “compound interest is the most powerful force of the universe”.  Although there’s no evidence that Albert Einstein actually said this, the idea behind this sentence is that if you use compound interest in your…