Here’s Journal Club 01-13-23! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- As DIY investors, what’s your go-to approach to track your net worth and fine-tune your portfolio? There are plenty of net worth trackers and tools available online. Is there a specific one that you prefer? If you ask me, the one that caught my attention was developed by the Physician on FIRE. The author talks more about its utility and customization options in the article – A Net Worth Tracker That Auto-Updates Daily.
- If you’re new to real estate investing, you may be wondering what’s the best way to add real estate to your portfolio or how to optimize the return on your investment. According to the Semi-Retired MD, there’s no right or wrong way to invest. It all depends on what you wish to accomplish through your investments. So, if your goal is to invest in rental properties, then the author has beneficial tips for you in the article – How Do I Get Higher Returns With Cashflowing Rentals?
- It’s OK to make mistakes and to talk about them freely. Especially if your honesty can help someone in need or prevent them from making the same mistakes… But what’s more important is that you don’t let your mistakes define you or limit your abilities. With that spirit in mind, the Wealthy Doc talks about their financial challenges and the lessons learned in the article – My Money Mistakes.
- A wise man once said, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” And that’s especially true when it comes to explaining and grasping complex financial ideas. Would you agree? On that note, the author of Four Pillar Freedom shares key financial lessons in a fun and easy-to-digest way in the article – 10 Insights From 10 Financial Charts. Check it out!
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Disclaimer: The topics presented in this article are provided as general information and for educational purposes. It is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking action, consult with your team of professionals.