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Cash flow vs Cash growth

As usual, one of my favorite investment gurus has come out with another great article.  This one assumes you are 42 years old (well, I USED to be many moons ago) and with some savings of $200,000.  Of course, if you are living in Hawaii, most of your money goes to paying your monthly mortgage payments, but you might be able to swing some money out from a HELOC to make his strategy work.

Makes me really wish I was 42 again, and with the discipline to have that much saved up.  Makes me also wish I had a financial advisor like him around in my pre-Aunty days.

Here’s the article:  Cash Flow vs Cash Growth.  It links to the bottom of the article when Jeff Brown tells Aunty to get out of Vegas, with a smiley face icon.  Scroll up and read the entire excellent article.

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Aunty is a new senior citizen and loving this phase of her life. Less responsibilities, less fear of being weird, able to do more of the things that I want to do! Older, yes, slower, yes, but life is even more wonderful in my golden years and I look forward to even goldener ones.

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Comments (2)

  • Hatsumi

    Hi Aunty,

    Hello from another Aunty retired in Kona, I was looking for Meetups group, that was interested in stock investments….
    Somehow I found you because you were interested in investments… I just broke up with my boyfriend of 15 years,
    he helped me start stock investment since 2013…Now that his out of my life from about a week ago, I just wanted to
    surrounded myself new people who talk about stocks etc … I learn to love stock investments chats and stuff, won’t be able to talk to him anymore so I was looking for new people that I can talk to about stocks,

    I think I wanted to introduce myself but I got too personal …


    Anyway I’m getting too personal to complete stranger…

    You got blog pages and Facebook, you caught my eye…


    • Aunty

      Aloha Hatsumi!

      I do trade stocks, but not very well, so I wouldn’t be a good chat person for you. Once, I did take a couple of Investools classes that were put on by Ameritrade – about condors, straddles, options, reading charts, etc. It was great while I was in the class but it all flew out of my head the next week.

      To tell the truth, I am a very bad trader. I go for the very speculative home runs, and I usually strike out and have a talent for picking losers. One discussion board that I subscribe to is Stock Gumshoe, just because Travis does his homework and figures out the stocks that the internet gurus push and push so that newbies spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to follow.

      Mahalo for visiting! Kona is quite nice.



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