Introducing Investing For A Living Screencasts
Just a quick post today to introduce a new (and pretty exciting, at least from my point of view) development over at hubby’s Investing For A Living blog. I love my hubby’s blog, but I have to admit that I don’t always “get” absolutely everything that he writes. He’s been investing since he was 18 and he reads investing & economics books/papers for fun (I’m not kidding) so his mind works in deep and complicated ways. It’s a thought I’ve heard echoed by others we’ve met and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had requests for him to do a more “basic” series. You know, something for the newbies, the starters, the regular folks.
Well, I’m super excited we have him convinced!
He’s agreed to start a screencast series. Nothing elaborate, just small, short 5-10 min videos to talk about investing basics. The series will hopefully evolve over time to more complicated stuff, but for now he’s focusing on “back to basics” retirement concepts. His first video “how much does it take to retire” should give everyone who’s never heard of the terms SWR or 4% rule a solid insight into what that actually means, and how it might impact your retirement goals. In the future he’ll talk about extensions & exceptions to that rule.
So, if you’re interested in this series head on over to the first installment. Feel free to subscribe to the channel and/or just watch out for new screencast announcements on hubby’s blog. Enjoy!
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