This post is for those earlier in their financial independence (FI) journey who have graduated from a focus on paying down debt, building a small emergency fund and getting any employer 401K contribution match (if you’re lucky enough to get this), and are now faced with the nice problem of figuring out where to invest the extra income each month.
This is typically a time of anxiety. You feel like you’re putting your hard-earned money at risk by investing even though you know you have to. But how to make the right choice? There are so many ways to invest and as we’ve discussed before, too many choices is paralyzing and makes it seem impossible to make the “right” choice.
Fortunately, there is no “perfect” choice in investing. What is most important Continue reading “There are Many Flavors of Investing. Find your Favorite.”