Monthly Archives: January 2017

Financial Independence Lost: A seemingly small mistake that will add up to a lot over the years

You live in a big city such as New York City. And, like many of your neighbors, you own a car, although you could probably survive without one. You take your car into work five times a week—most of the time that means the center of the city, Manhattan. And most of the time that…

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The Age of Trump and the MoneySense Investor: What changes now that a new government takes over in Washington and governments in Europe watch it closely

(Note to Readers of Gregory The philosophy of this blog is the idea of smart money management; of avoiding many of the mistakes that can ruin a person’s life. We have taken this idea and turned it into a mini-book that combines commonsense with simple money management concepts. Liam Judge, my partner and the…

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The Anomaly of the Advisory Services in America: A letter to the advisory industry on what it should do to help average people

Looking for advice on how to build assets and achieve financial independence? You’ve got lots of company here in the United States, where we face the contradiction of the advisory industry: If you need help to accumulate assets, you usually can’t get it. But if you don’t need help, it’s easy to find help. A…

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