Tag: retirement

Crisis Insurance – My Financial Idea From 2008

During the last financial crisis, this blog was focused heavily on finance. One of my ideas back then was a hedging strategy people could use when times were good. It involved buying “insurance like” investments against the very company or … [continue reading]

While America Aged

I lived in San Diego during their pension crisis a few years ago. The story was confusing and never held any interest with me. Boring. Change the channel.

So why would I read a book about the dull topic of … [continue reading]

Retirement Age or Retirement Place?

My guess is most people probably aren’t devoting sufficient time to planning and saving for retirement. I read somewhere that the average Baby Boomer has less than $50,000 in savings heading into retirement. On the surface, this means that workers … [continue reading]