Tag archives: Retirement

Short Course On Investments Episode 14: Saving Money

Last update on June 26, 2014.

In the Short Course On Investments, you will learn the basics of investing through simple everyday language. The course covers the same material as The Short Book On Investments.

In Episode 14, I address some common questions people have regarding saving money.




Hello, my name is Jin Choi, and I’m the founder of MoneyGeek, and welcome to the 14th episode of the short course on investments.

Today, I want to answer a few common questions regarding saving money.

First, how much you should save? The answer to this question depends on your goals. If you want to ...

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Q: I'm A Retiree. Is MoneyGeek Right For Me?

Last update on Jan. 12, 2015.



"I'm already retired. Will MoneyGeek's portfolios work for me?"

It's a question I get often. In this article, I'll explain why the answer is yes.


Needs of Young Professionals vs. Retirees

Regardless of who you are or how old you are, what you should look for in an investment solution is the same - you should look to generate the highest returns possible while staying within your risk limits, while also staying liquid (i.e. you can withdraw your money quickly if you need to). This is the same regardless of whether you're ...

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7-Step Short Cut To Calculate Realistic Investment Gains

Last update on July 7, 2013.

I knew this day would come, but not this soon.

A few days ago, I posted a comment on retirehappy.ca, seeking to start a dialog with the author. But to my surprise, I got quite an angry response from someone else - a blogger who runs lifeinsurancecanada.com (named Glenn Cooke).

Let me show you a snippet of what he wrote.

For someone who claims "Most financial advisors give unsound advice" (where’d you make up that tidbit?), you’re spewing some pretty random nonsense yourself. I guess the fact that you’re acting as a financial advisor and then post numbers like ...

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How To Plan For Your Retirement Using MoneyGeek

Last update on June 13, 2013.

You're not too young to start planning for your retirement.

In this video tutorial, I show you how you can use MoneyGeek's retirement tool to plan for your own retirement. I also explain why you should start planning for your retirement today, and I also explain some inconvenient truths regarding retirement.


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