It’s OK to be a Dumb Investor

This post is brought to you by Pauline of InvestmentZen.com   I have always been fascinated by the process of making money, saving and investing. I even write about it for a living! Yet, I consider myself a dumb investor. And that is ok. When it comes to investing, I follow a very simple method: […]

12 Pitfalls You Must Avoid When Buying Your First Home [Infographic]

ANNOUNCEMENT: Don’t miss out on the rest of Fearless Men’s Personal Finance Insight at our NEW Site FearlessDollar.com. The following is a Guest Post. If you’re interesting in submitting your own, read our Guest Posting Policies before reaching out to us for consideration.  Have you heard recently in the media how the percent of first time homebuyers is […]

Live in your Investment – How to Eliminate Life’s Biggest Expense

ANNOUNCEMENT: Don’t miss out on the rest of Fearless Men’s Personal Finance Insight at our NEW Site FearlessDollar.com. In my line of work I often see a lot of people headed for financial disaster and part of my responsibility is to help find ways to fix their situation so they have a better chance of achieving […]

How To Easily Manage And Diversify Your Portfolio

You knew that Fearless Men just started a new site, right? FearlessDollar.com. We’ve posted over 80 finance articles at Fearless Men to help make your money grow. It’s been so popular and we just haven’t had the bandwidth to go as far, or as in depth, as we want to with personal finance for our readers. So make […]

Investing For Fearless Men

If you are earning and managing to save some money on the side, well done, that’s the first step to making your money work for you. Banks aren’t really rewarding savers so much at the moment, so how can you increase your returns? How can you make your savings work truly for you? There are […]

3 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Financial Adviser

ANNOUNCEMENT: Don’t miss out on the rest of Fearless Men’s Personal Finance Insight at our NEW Site FearlessDollar.com. The following is a Guest Post. If you’re interesting in submitting your own, read our Guest Posting Policies before reaching out to us for consideration.  Managing your finances can be a challenge. You can attempt to manage […]

The Short and Sweet Guide to Target Retirement Funds

Gone are the days of working for one company and collecting a pension after 30 to 40 years of loyal service and hard work. 401(k) plans started to emerge around 30 years ago (1978 Congressional Provision), and the idea was that as long as employees continued to contribute to them that the rule of compounding […]

Why you need a Roth IRA

A few of years ago I got my first Roth IRA. I didn’t know what it was or even how to pronounce it. I found myself asking, what does IRA stand for? Ross from the TV show Friends is what always came to mind, and he didn’t have a Roth IRA that I know of. My […]

How To Increase Home Value In This Market: 5 Renovating Ideas

My Personal Finance blog friends may chastise me, but I rent my home. It’s a $450,000 home in San Diego that I rent for $1900 a month. In a tough market. And that $1900 includes landscaping twice month, house cleaning once a month, and the owner covers water/disposal utilities. Not exactly a cheapskate, but not […]

Can A Man Invest In More Than Himself? Consider Starting Small with Philanthropy

Real men want to make a difference. A defining impact in their life time. We don’t want to just pass through this life, grab what we can get, and then except and rot in a grave. Don’t just accumulate wealth—make it grow, and give it away. This might seem like a tall order, but consider […]