Four Pillar Freedom
Training yourself to make good financial decisions happens one thought at a time.
This map shows financial literacy rates in different countries around the world.
Here is how the S&P 500 has performed since 1928…
I have a story I’m a little embarrassed to share, but one that some may be able to relate to or learn from…
Should one of us quit our job to take care of the twins? Or should we both keep working until we’re FI?
What’s the difference between healthy FIRE and unhealthy FIRE?
Three questions that will help you reduce spending in the big three areas – housing, transportation, and food.
A new report from the Center for Financial Services Innovation says that only 28% of Americans are financially healthy.
The more I think about it, the more I like how much minimalism applies to investing.
Sam Altman shares 36 life lessons he learned by age 30.
This grid shows how much you must earn over your lifetime to achieve F.I.
What seems like work to other people that doesn’t seem like work to you?
Here is how occupational employment in the U.S. is supposed to change by 2026…
These charts show the U.S. household income brackets and percentiles in 2018.
Perhaps net worth is the wrong metric to track…
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to strike it rich with a lucky stock pick to become a 401(k) millionaire.
This visual shows the annual returns of 11 different asset classes since the year 2000.
“Children who do better than their parents often must choose between blending in and standing out.”
JL Collins shares what’s in his portfolio.
There’s more than one way to invest in real estate…
Author Mark Manson shares 7 ways you can change your life.
These charts show how various portfolio allocations have performed since 1926.
“One of the oldest adages in investing is to diversify.”
“Despite our best efforts, no one can reliably predict when the next bump in the road will come.”
This neat tool shows how likely it is that robots will take your job based on your occupation.