Did You Follow Warren Buffett’s Priceless Advice On October 16, 2008? You’d Be Rich If You Did!

4th June 2016 . 9 Comments

Omaha. October 16, 2008. A date that will be forever immortalized in the investing world. On this day, Warren Buffett pens an op-ed for the New York Times, entitled “Buy American. I Am.” You can read it here. In the article, the billionaire said he was employing his personal investment account (outside of Berkshire Hathaway), that had […]

13 Strange Economic And Investing Terms, Explained Simply So That Anyone Can Understand Them!

12th December 2015 . 7 Comments

Have you ever opened-up the business section of a newspaper or listened to the nightly business news and wondered – what the heck are they talking about? The world of Wall Street certainly has it’s own language and that language is full of vague phrases, jargon and acronyms that can bewilder even the most seasoned wealth builder. […]

Infographic: The Grapes Of Math – The Terrible State Of Financial Literacy In The U.S.

17th January 2015 . 16 Comments

The 2014 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling shows once again that financial literacy needs to improve in America. But the problem isn’t necessarily a lack of knowledge. Rather, there is a ‘knowing-doing’ gap in financial literacy. In other words, knowing what to do — and doing what should be done […]