You spend your money on things you like we all do. The new IPad just came out? You got to have it. The new IPhone was just released and you want it but you're running low on cash? No problem just put it on the credit card. You try to keep up with the Joneses and as a result you find yourself caught in the consumer trap.
"Mindset of material vs long term wealth sums it up with bad advice for where and how to start with investing"
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Are You Ready to Be Rich? If you want to get rich, if you want to be wealthier than you are today, you really need to do only four things. That's right, just four things: you need to make a decent living, you need to spend less than you make, you need to invest the money you don't spend so that it can work as hard for you as you're working for yourself, and you need to protect yourself and this financial world you've built so that a disaster, big or small, doesn't take it all away from you.
"Save Your Money"
Why don't folks see that stockbrokers can't predict the future? After all, people scoff at astrologers and tarot card readers, but if some guy in a suit says he is a market analyst, people can't wait to hear his insider advice for what to do during a stock run or slump. Investment adviser Mark Matson calls these so-called experts what they are: bullies. They are bullies because they line their own pockets by pushing mom-and-pop investors into taking risks they don't fully understand.