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Naked With Cash: Laura and Leon, May 2014

by Luke Landes
Laura and Leon - Naked With Cash

Laura and Leon offer their latest financial update for Naked With Cash, a series on Consumerism Commentary where readers track their finances.

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Naked With Cash: Brian, May 2014

by Luke Landes
Brian - Naked With Cash

Brian offers his family’s latest financial update for the Naked With Cash series on Consumerism Commentary.

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Naked With Cash: Jake and Allie, May 2014

by Luke Landes
Jake and Allie - Naked With Cash

Jake and Allie present their latest financial reports for the series Naked With Cash.

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Growing My Dough: The Latest Look at My Portfolio

by Luke Landes
Grow Your Dough May

CNN is sounding the alarm bells. The “Fear and Greed Index,” which is a strange measure of market sentiment, has passed the threshold into the “extreme greed” level.CNN is sounding the alarm bells. The “Fear and Greed Index,” which is a strange measure of market sentiment, has passed the threshold into the “extreme greed” level. ... Continue reading this article…

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Naked With Cash: Betsey S, April 2014

by Luke Landes
Betsey - Naked With Cash April 2014

Naked With Cash is an ongoing series at Consumerism Commentary in which readers share their households’ finances with other readers. These participants benefit from the accountability that comes from tracking their finances publicly and the feedback of the four expert Certified Financial Planners (CFPs). For more information, read this introduction. This year, we have four ... Continue reading this article…

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Should You Become an Angel Investor?

by Luke Landes
Angel Investing

Two years ago I wrote about how I was “winding down”, whatever that means, after selling Consumerism Commentary, in the sense that I was looking to involve myself in new projects. I was considering, among other things, investing a portion of my assets in start-up companies. In fact, I signed up for a service called ... Continue reading this article…

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Four Fundamental States of Personal Finance

by Luke Landes
Plasma

Students of chemistry are likely aware of the four fundamental states of matter. The most advanced chemistry course I’ve taken was in high school, although I must have learned about this basic concept earlier than that. Solids have a definitive shape and volume; liquids assume the shape of its container and flow easily; gases also ... Continue reading this article…

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Two Invalid Criticisms of David Bach’s Latte Factor

by Luke Landes
Latte Factor

More than seven years ago, I encouraged readers to forget about the Latte Factor. The Latte Factor — a registered trademark — is the core marketing message from personal finance guru and author David Bach. The concept uses a daily morning latte as a metaphor for all small, habitually repeated expenses, that add up to ... Continue reading this article…

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