This past weekend the National Geographic channel had a special television episode dedicated to Warren Buffet’s life and the investment strategies that have made him one of the richest men in the world.
The segment was called, Warren Buffet – The Modern Midas. I would suggest recording this episode and taking notes (I am sure it will be aired again). What works for Buffet has worked for others and he’ll tell you how to repeat his results.
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We’ve come to the end of another great spring week and there has been a ton of great personal finance content shared all over the web. Here are some of my favorite reads from across the personal finance blogosphere.
If you read an epic post this week about personal finances then please share the wealth in the comment section below. Let’s talk about finances and share new ideas with epic content! Enjoy these posts and take notes. [click to continue…]
Everyone has good habits and bad habits. The rich and the poor have many in common. Here are ten bad habits that poor people have and what the rich do differently.
This post is the fourth of our millionaires series (plus the original, How to be Rich). Read the other articles listed below to see if you are living by the same values young millionaires commit to. [click to continue…]
Unfortunately most people don’t realize that the profile of the affluent is frugal, frugal, and frugal. Frugal is the cornerstone and capstone of a millionaire lifestyle.
This post is the third of our millionaires series. Read the other articles listed below to see if you are living by the same values young millionaires commit to. [click to continue…]
Welcome to the third edition to Hand Up Hand Out! Shared Financial Success’s mission is to bridge the communication gap between people who need financial help and the people who can give helpful advice in the realm of personal finance. Let’s bounce around ideas and lean on one another when we have questions about frugal living, shrinking debt, taking on a mortgage, putting kids through college, saving for retirement, and building wealth.
Why Hand Up Hand Out?
Hand Up Hand Out is a new weekly community post. I have been trying to think of ways to get people to break the silence about personal finance topics and I hope that this weekly community post will help ignite conversation and provide value to everyone.
Question of the week
Everyone is just a phone call away. Nearly everyone has a cell phone these days and even if your job hunting you need a phone to land an interview. This weeks question is about cutting cell phone and wireless plan costs. Here are a couple questions to ponder. Please share your thoughts in comment section below.
With a plethora of cell phone options and pricing plans, which ones are best for your wallet?
Are smart phones a smart investment?
Got some good ideas or some savings tips? Please share helpful responses below in the comments area. Let’s get people talking about saving money! [click to continue…]