Category: Andrew’s Money

Millionaire Teacher Adds $20,000 to International Stock Index 74

Millionaire Teacher Adds $20,000 to International Stock Index

Today was the first time I’ve invested money since March 17, 2013.  Looking at the money I regularly invest, the proceeds are clearly coming from...

Millionaire Teacher Buying $50,000 of Canadian Bond Index 58

Millionaire Teacher Buying $50,000 of Canadian Bond Index

I hate it when stock markets rise.  If you’re at least five years away from retirement, you should too.  If you’re 20 years away from...

Millionaire Teacher Invests $21,000 In U.S. Stock Index 50

Millionaire Teacher Invests $21,000 In U.S. Stock Index

 In my last post under the heading, Andrew’s Money, I explained why I was investing $20,000 in Canadian bonds at the beginning of September, 2012. ...

Millionaire Teacher Adds $29,000 to International Index 76

Millionaire Teacher Adds $29,000 to International Index

Investing money between 1989 and 2000 was such a disappointment because the markets kept rising. I started my investing (1989) in the middle of history’s...

Millionaire Teacher’s Money Moves 20

Millionaire Teacher’s Money Moves

The world’s stock market index and the S&P 500 have gained roughly 5% during the past three months, to April 18, 2012. Depending on your...

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Investing Is Simple, But Not Easy

Warren Buffett has said that “investing is simple, but not easy.” In my bestselling book Millionaire Teacher, I explain the effectiveness of simple investing.  And...

The Power of Rebalancing During a Volatile Market 19

The Power of Rebalancing During a Volatile Market

There’s no doubt that the past decade has seen some volatile stock markets.  And some people (understandably) find that frightening. But if you create a...

My Money 73

My Money

 If you’re someone who has read a number of personal finance blogs, you’ve likely run across plenty of penny pinching bloggers living in penury to...

Why Am I Selling $700,000 Worth of Individual Stocks? 51

Why Am I Selling $700,000 Worth of Individual Stocks?

For more than a decade, I’ve been a lucky stock picker.  For the most part, I’ve avoided mistakes and I’ve operated like a dumpster diver,...