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Sport of Money
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Personal Finance Blog. Deca-millionaire: my perspective -> your knowledge. Read, digest, learn and take action! Good luck on your financial journey.
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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The most visited post in my entire website is this one I’ve written close to 1 year ago regarding how much income it takes to live an upper middle class and upper class lifestyle in New York City. Not surprisingly, the answer is it takes a lot to be in the upper middle class and … The post It’s Less Expensive To Be Upper Middle Class And Upper Class In NYC ...
Posted: May 23 2020 @ 1:11 PM
We are currently living in some uncertain and challenging time. COVID-19 has unleashed a tsunami of health worries and economic pain on this world. Over the past 2 decades, I’ve experienced a few economically challenging times. Early on when I started my professional career, I dealt with the bursting of the internet bubble and, shortly … The post Personal Financial Advice In This Crazy and Uncertain Time appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: May 18 2020 @ 7:48 PM
The Stock Market Drop The U.S. equity markets have made quite a nice rebound. The equity market started reflecting in earnest the health and economic effect of Covid-19 on the US. Within the span of 1 month, the market went into a nose dive. The S&P 500 went from a high of 3,386 on February … The post Losing 7-Figure Amidst The Covid-19 Pandemic appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: May 10 2020 @ 6:31 PM
Wow, I can’t believe another year has passed. As I’ve gotten older, time moves a lot quicker. 2019 has been a great year financially speaking, especially in the US. The S&P 500 returned 31.5% including dividends. All the major US stock indices reached record highs in 2019 including the Dow Jones, Nasdaq, and the aforementioned … The post 2019 Posts And Recaps appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: Jan 09 2020 @ 10:55 PM
I grew up financially poor. By all measures, my family struggled to make ends meet when I was young. We lived in a very small home for a family of five. The apartment was less than 400 square feet. Clothes and shoes were only replaced when either we outgrew them or when there was a … The post How Growing Up Poor Can Be A Great Benefit In Helping Build Your ...
Posted: Dec 31 2019 @ 10:59 PM
How did Warren Buffett achieve his great wealth? One of the tricks he employed was the mastery of “using other people’s money.”  He did this in a couple of ways. First, he started an investment vehicle with limited partners as investors in the vehicle.  Armed with cash from other people, he was able to go … The post One Way Warren Buffett Got Rich And How You Can Apply It To ...
Posted: Dec 24 2019 @ 4:38 AM
Some goals are easy to achieve while other goals are quite challenging. I’ve experienced successes and failures many times over many things. Fortunately for me, I believe I’ve had more successes on the personal finance front than failures. But are you struggling to achieve your financial goals? If yes, how do you “right the ship” … The post Are You Struggling To Achieve Your Financial Goals? Here Are Ways To Stack ...
Posted: Dec 13 2019 @ 1:32 PM
Managing a family with 3 young kids, a full time professional job without a 9 to 5 working hour restriction, 18 rental units, an investment portfolio made up of mutual funds, stocks, and fixed income, and enough time to watch NFL games leaves very little time for reflection about my personal financial past. But for … The post Keys To Long Term Financial Success Starting In Your 20s appeared first on ...
Posted: Dec 06 2019 @ 1:18 PM
I spent the first 3 years of my work life after college living at home with my parents. Fortunate for me, my parents live in New York City, the financial hub of the world. As someone who works in finance, New York City offered me a tremendous amount of opportunities. Therefore, after college, I decided … The post Doing This One Thing During Your First 3 Years At Work Can Lead ...
Posted: Oct 30 2019 @ 12:28 AM
I recently saw a post over at Financial Samurai titled “What Income Level Is Considered Rich?” If you are not aware of this, I am a big fan of the Financial Samurai blog. Sam Dogen, who runs the blog, grew up in finance and left his corporate job at a relatively young age of 32. … The post How Rich Are Americans On A Global Scale? Very Rich! appeared first on ...
Posted: Sep 27 2019 @ 11:47 AM


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