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To make finding basic information about the various portfolios I discuss on the blog I’ve created a new Portfolios page. This should especially help out new readers to the blog. The page lists the 3 major type of portfolios on the blog; buy and hold portfolios, tactical asset allocation portfolios, and quant investing portfolios. Hopefully, you find it useful. Let me know what you think.
Big news here today. I’ve moved the Investing For A Living blog from a WordPress hosted site to a self-hosted site. If you’re a blog follower and want to keep up with new posts I’d like to ask you to do the following: 1/ RSS Followers -> If you’re getting my blog through RSS feed (e.g. Feedly or equivalent) please update your feed to www.investingforaliving.us/feed 2/ E-Mail Followers -> If you’re getting my blog through e-mails your e-mail should already be transferred to the new blog feed (in fact, I’m kinda hoping you get this e-mail from the new link). … Continue reading
Its been about 2.5 months since my last post and after some consideration as to whether continue blogging or not I’ve decided to keep at it. I was recently inspired by a recent Frontline documentary called ‘The Retirement Gamble”. You can watch it on-line here. Its well worth your time. Two things really struck me in the piece: How little most people know about basic investing and retirement. When you’ve been at investing for a while and build up a base of knowledge it’s easy to forget the lack of basic knowledge out there. There is such a dearth of … Continue reading
Today I made some minor changes to the blog. All the changes took place in the bar at the right hand side of the page that is headed by the RSS link. First, I added my twitter feed to the blog. I’ve been experimenting with twitter for a while in regards to investing and I am finding it quite useful. I find that I come across many investment items in a given day that I think would be interesting to followers but don’t really warrant a post. Twitter allows me to share those items with you quickly and without a … Continue reading
Its had been quite a while since my last post. Recently I’ve been getting the itch to get back to writing about investing. More importantly, my wife, Nina, says I’ve been talking too much about investing to her and to myself while staring at my computer screen. So, I guess that’s her way of telling me to ‘get out of the house’ so to speak. Back to blogging then. There is definitely no lack of investing topics to talk about.