Boring Tuesdays – Three Things to Read Today – 8

Hi Friends
I haven’t been regular with this Boring Tuesdays series. 🙁 And the reason for same has been a lot of travelling which I have been doing for past few weeks. I am kind of shifting/shifted to a new location and hence the lack of posts. But hopefully, will be able to give more time to blog going forward…
As usual, I share with you three very interesting things to read today…
Article 1
The Letter of the Year is out. Everybody is reading it. Though I don’t know if everybody really understands it or not. 🙂 Even I am reading it. Thought I am yet to read it completely. But its a must read and you should not miss it. Oh..I forgot to mention about what exactly am I talking about. I am referring to Warren Buffett’s Annual Letter to Shareholder, which was released on 28-Feb-2015.

Article 2
Staying on course with Mr. Buffett, here is an interesting list of 8 Unusual Things About Warren Buffett by James Altucher. Though I knew a few of them myself, rest were quite new for me too.
Article 3
We always crib about how to track our income and expenses. At times we use excel sheets, online trackers, and I don’t know what. But here is a simple and I must say, very effective way to Track your Income & Expenses without Sweating it out. Do read it.
That’s all guys…
If you missed the last two posts of Boring Tuesdays series, you can read them here and here.

And if you find some interesting articles which you want to share, please copy+paste the link to that article in comments or drop a mail to stableinvestor@gmail.com. Don’t worry if your comment is not visible as soon as you post it. Anti-Spam filters detect hyperlinks in comments (which you are sharing) and automatically park it for my review. I will eventually be notified about your comment. 🙂
 
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Written by Dev Ashish

Founder - Stable Investor Investing | Personal Finance | Financial Planning | Common Sense

One comment

  1. I want too plan my retirement through systemic withdrawal plan from a mutual fund account.How can I find out the amount remaining in the mutual fund, If I had invested Rs ten lacs five years back and started making monthly withdrawals of Rs 5000 thereafter ?I have found tools for SIP but not for systemic withdrawal.

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