Big Guy Money

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About 'Big Guy Money' Channel

Where Family and Finance collide.

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March 2014 Wrap-Up: Breaking Internet Rules and A Love Rekindled

[...] everything you shouldn’t do! I won’t compromise:  When I started Big Guy Money, the vision was to primarily focus on family and finances.  This won’t be a blog [...]

April 2014: Let’s Change The World

[...] World – Together Referencing Rogers’ Bell Curve, I consider the readers of Big Guy Money thus far to be ‘innovators’.  I look at you as getting in on the ground floor [...]

May 2014: Bar Fights with the Pizza Delivery Guy?

[...] .  Click here to check out Modest Money’s Top Finance Blogs. I actually submitted Big Guy Money for this list a while ago.  How do I feel about it??  Meh..  Right now, [...]

Behind The Lab Coat With Mad Fientist

[...] We’re over eight months into our little journey here at Big Guy Money and I’ve learned that getting to know other bloggers via interviews has been my favorite part [...]

A Choice We Must All Make: Your Money Or Your Life

[...] the book Your Money Or Your Life.  I had seen YMOYL referenced many times on other Financial Independence blogs, and figured I should find out for myself what the hype was about. Well, I’ve [...]

The Plan Revealed: Our Road to Financial Independence

[...] We talk about Financial Independence a lot here at BGM.  Posts about the freedom and independence aspect of FI have been [...]

Live In The Moment, Not A Decade In The Future

[...] We’ve made the decision to pursue Financial Independence.  I’ve shared with you our plan to attain FI.  We’re committed to saving and investing so [...]

Alarm Clocks Are Overrated!

[...] , silent reminder of why The Little Lady and I need to stay focused on our goal of Financial Independence.  The reminder?  I don’t have to set the alarm clock. My motivation isn& [...]

The BGM Family’s Air Conditioner Challenge

[...] actually sitting down and writing the article, I want to take it up a notch. 78 will be the new BGM family thermostat temperature when we’re home and active, along with at night.  When we& [...]

A Brief Glimpse of Freedom

[...] ! This weekend was the first camping weekend of the summer for several members of the BGM family. While the ladies of the house traveled to the eastern part of the state for a family [...]

Investing Case Study Update 2: Dividends!

[...] you know dividends are coming in? -The Big Guy Follow me on Twitter!  @BigGuyMoney Join the BGM Family! *As always, investing is risky.  You aren’t guaranteed to make money when investing and you [...]

Luxury Is Relative

[...] ’s fingertips?  These are just a few of our current generation’s luxuries that the BGM family gladly indulges in. I’ve spent a good amount of time recently in my personal life [...]

BGM’s Investing Case Study

[...] .” Number of Stocks: 6,198 Worldwide Stocks Annual Expense Ratio: 0.30% Minimum Initial Investment: $3,000 Dividends: Quarterly Why I chose VTWSX: Remember my article about [...]

Investing Update 1: Investing At Market Highs

[...] 500 was booming at right around 1500. She did have concerns about putting in her initial investment ‘when the market was so high.’  All I told her is we can’t predict the future.   [...]

Investing Case Study Update 2: Dividends!

[...] risky.  You aren’t guaranteed to make money when investing and you could lose your initial investment.  I’m just a dude setting up a cool investing case study.  If you’re investing, do [...]

Investing Case Study Update 2: Dividends!

[...] Guy Money, we’re simulating three different one-fund portfolios consisting of his and hers Traditional IRAs.  My goal is to illustrate how simple investing in a fully-diversified portfolio is.  If [...]

The Plan Revealed: Our Road to Financial Independence

[...] Fientist does have me second guessing our decision to invest in Roth IRAs instead of Traditional IRAs.  For now, we’re sticking with the Roths. What We’ll Invest In We will continue to [...]

Investing Update 1: Investing At Market Highs

[...] BGM, we’re simulating three different one-fund portfolios consisting of his and hers Traditional IRAs.  My goal is to illustrate how simple investing in a fully-diversified portfolio is.   [...]

BGM’s Investing Case Study

[...] plan may have different funds, each simulated portfolio will be made up of his and hers Traditional IRAs. For 2014, each account in each portfolio will be opened with the fund’s minimum [...]

Are You Too Worried About Your Emergency Fund?

[...] our valuable, limited time for money.  We use the money we earn to continue on the Hedonic Treadmill or buy freedom.  It’s our choice.  If you’re close to pulling the plug, you may want a [...]

A Lesson In Hedonic Adaptation

[...] look a little dirtier.  We get used to them. If you take the concept a step further, the Hedonic Treadmill is a constant state of consuming.  It’s an addictive high from non-stop, short term [...]

Live In The Moment, Not A Decade In The Future

[...] focusing on something so far in the future.  That would be just a different form of the Hedonic Treadmill.  Instead of wanting more and more material possessions to give me a brief increase in [...]

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March 2014 Wrap-Up: Breaking Internet Rules and A Love Rekindled

[...] everything you shouldn’t do! I won’t compromise:  When I started Big Guy Money, the vision was to primarily focus on family and finances.  This won’t be a blog [...]

April 2014: Let’s Change The World

[...] World – Together Referencing Rogers’ Bell Curve, I consider the readers of Big Guy Money thus far to be ‘innovators’.  I look at you as getting in on the ground floor [...]

May 2014: Bar Fights with the Pizza Delivery Guy?

[...] .  Click here to check out Modest Money’s Top Finance Blogs. I actually submitted Big Guy Money for this list a while ago.  How do I feel about it??  Meh..  Right now, [...]

Behind The Lab Coat With Mad Fientist

[...] We’re over eight months into our little journey here at Big Guy Money and I’ve learned that getting to know other bloggers via interviews has been my favorite part [...]

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