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132: Investing in the Internet… 2.0

Buck: Welcome back to the show everyone. Today my guest is Hunter Horsley. Hunter is the co-founder and CEO of Bitwise Asset Management. Bitwise was founded in 2017 and pioneered the first cryptocurrency index fund and has recently thrown its hat also into the ETF race, which we’ll talk about a little bit, with the […]

Cut Years Off Your Mortgage With 2 Easy Tricks!

I want to share some some little known facts that can literally cut years off your mortgage. So, my dad is a real estate guy–meaning he owns or has mortgages on cash flowing real estate and lives on the passive income that it generates. He told me about a few little tricks when it came […]

Basic Finance Bootcamp Lesson 10: Introduction to 401Ks

This is the last of the official PoorDoctor.com basic finance bootcamp and we will spend it doing an introduction to 401Ks. However, this is not the last of the basic finance and investing posts. I think after this post, it is fair to say that you know at least as much as 98 percent of […]

Basic Finance Lesson 9: Classic IRAs vs Roth IRAs

The following is a very basic post on classic IRAs vs Roth IRAs. Retirement accounts can get a lot more exciting than this once you have money to put in them and, especially if you own your own business. To give you an example, while IRAs limit you to 5K per year in contributions, SEPPS […]

Basic Finance Bootcamp Lesson 8: Introduction to Mutual Funds

    There is more to mutual funds than meets the eye. I think you’ll enjoy this session of the basic finance bootcamp as I give you an introduction to mutual funds. You will want to use this post next time you’re thinking about investing in them. It will serve as a nice checklist for […]

Basic Finance Bootcamp Lesson 7: Market Orders Versus Limit Orders

So now that you know a little bit about how the stock market works, let’s make sure you have some of the lingo down. As you will see below, ignorance on some of these terms can make your slick trading techniques costly. Today we are going to discuss market orders versus limit orders. The most […]

Basic Finance Bootcamp Lesson 6: Preferred Stock

We already talked about common stock in a previous post so this is a little out of order. However, better late than never. For completeness, here is a discussion about preferred stock. Enjoy. Preferred Stock When most corporations want to raise money, they do so by borrowing money or issuing new common equity (i.e., common […]