Improve your financial situation in the New Year by conducting a project postmortem.
Reviewing and analyzing a chess game helps you prepare for the next time you play. In general, performing a postmortem on anything can help boost results the next time around.
Susan and I just held a postmortem on 2017 and analyzed our most popular Rich As A King posts from the past year. We hope to give you more on the topics that interest you in 2018. Meanwhile, here are links to the top posts for you to review:
How Basic Chess Tactics Can Help You Make More Money – Find out how chess tactics can be applied both to investing and personal finance, and also to life in general.
Does a Budget Tracker Really Help Your Bottom Line? – Learn how a budget tracker really helps you save.
Why It’s Important to Know Your Risk Level before You Invest – Just like in chess you don’t want to risk your quality pieces, learn how to mitigate the risk in your investment portfolio.
How to Use Multiple Attack Strategy to Improve Investment Performance – Use a “multiple attack strategy” to improve your investment performance AND prowess on the chessboard.
Which Is the Best Country to Invest in for Global Diversification? – Global diversification is an important part of investing. Find out about allocating your assets safely and how to decide where to invest.
Two Ways Baby Boomers Can Have a Successful Retirement – Get a strategy for approaching retirement.
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Douglas Goldstein, co-author of Rich As A King: How the Wisdom of Chess Can Make You a Grandmaster of Investing, is an avid chess fan, international investment advisor and Certified Financial PlannerTM.