Invest Wisely

Investing doesn’t have to be complicated.
Buy the whole stock market.

own the whole world

Meet the Gotrocks Family!

If we start from a basic premise, we know that the world as a whole owns the entire stock market. Meet the Gotrocks family—they own everything in the world—and see what happens to their overall wealth once they begin trying to get themselves ahead of others.

Read More

Looking to Outsource?

Sometimes life is too busy and you don’t want to do it all yourself. Over the years, many people have asked me to connect them with the “good guys” in the financial services industry. Below are people and companies that I’ve personally vetted (often meeting them in person). Know that they are paid advertisers on the site but that I routinely recommend them to friends and colleagues and would do so even if they weren’t advertisers.

Advertiser Disclosure

Latest posts in Investing

How to Assemble Total Stock Market

The S&P 500 can be a great opportunity for investing, but it doesn’t represent the whole market. If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio here is some more information about the total market and how to assemble something similar for yourself.

5 Steps to Protect Your Accounts

Having an investment account drained by thieves is every investor’s worse nightmare. Thankfully, there are a lot of safeguards in place to prevent that from happening. Still, you never want to read a message like the one below recently posted on the Bogleheads forum. The entire thread is approaching 400 messages. It looks like the

The Core Assets for Any Portfolio

While each portfolio is different and customized, there are some solid assets that everyone should be investing in, no matter there goals. Take a look at what David Swenson from Yale considers to be the 6 best assets for any portfolio.

Is Bitcoin a Good Investment?

Lately there seems to be a lot of hype surrounding this cryptocurrency. What’s the deal with Bitcoin, and does it make sense to invest in it?

What Happens If You Google Investing

People are creatures of habit, especially lawyers. If you’re looking to switch out your default mode of investing, here are some ways to overcome your autopilot.

The Asset Allocation of Index Funds

It’s never too late to learn about your asset allocation within your index fund. Read more about the pros and cons of market cap and equal weighting.

Personal Finance Video Roundup

Youtube videos can be a great source for quick information. Check out some of my favorite videos on personal finance.

Save more money than your friends

The Biglaw Investor email list covers personal finance, financial independence, investing and other stuff for lawyers that makes you better. Join us and get ahead of your co-workers.