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Fireworks To Start Q3 - As
America went back to work following
“Independence Day,” the markets set off some
‘fireworks” of its own with back to back
gains Thursday and Friday. Moving average
lines continue to play an important role in
providing levels at which buyers have
consistently shown up. Last week, the Dow
gained +0.7% and continues to lag behind the
rest of the market mainly due to several of
its constituents are more vulnerable to
trade problems. The S&P 500 gained a
Do You Have What It Takes?
Billy and Akaisha
Do you have what it takes?
Decades ago, one of the first dates Billy
and I went on was a 50 mile hike through the
Santa Cruz Mountains in California called
the Skyline to the Sea Trail. One hikes
through these beautifully rounded coastal
mountains with views of giant redwoods and
the Pacific Ocean weaving in and out on the
We declared our Financial
Independence in 1991.
Robert Brokamp from The
Motley Fool gives you 7 Financial Lessons
from our Retirement Story that you can apply
to your own life.
VIDEO - Chacala Beach, the
Day after the Weekend Madness!
Weekends in the tiny beach
town of Chacala, Mexico are jam-packed with
Guadalajara tourists. Live music, great
seafood, perfect waves. This video shows you
the quiet beach on a Monday. Sweet.
Peaceful. Call it your own! Lovely.
Can Millennials Become Financially
Billy and Akaisha Kaderli
Millennials, those born roughly between 1980
and the year 2000, face a different future
than Baby Boomers did at their same age. In
terms of wealth building and saving for
retirement their challenges are wage
stagnation, unemployment, underemployment
and a seeming sense of entitlement. Because
they came of age during the Great Recession,
their faith in ...
They're 65 Years Old -- And Have Been
Retired for Almost Three Decades
Brokamp, CFP of The Motley Fool
In the second issue of Rule Your
Retirement (published nearly 14 years ago),
we profiled Akaisha and Billy Kaderli. After
careers in the restaurant and
financial-services industries, they retired
in 1991 at the age of 38, enabled partially
by living in exotic but low-cost areas of
the world. Every few years, we catch up with
Akaisha and Billy to see how their
retirement is progressing. Here's the latest
VIDEO - Taking Private Taxi
from Morelia to Patzcuaro, Mexico
From the gorgeous Colonial
City of Morelia, we took a private taxi to
the ancient city of Patzcuaro, Mexico. With
tip, our 45 minute trip cost us just under
$20USD. Nice roads, green scenery. Take a
ride with us!
The Adventurer's Guide to
Chapala Living 2nd Edition
A Common Sense Approach to
Your New Life in Chapala, Mexico This is
VIDEO - Watch Tacos Being
Made in Patzcuaro, Mexico!
This must be the place! FIVE
Guys working on the line, making tacos -
they must be expecting a crowd! For about
50cents apiece, you can enjoy one of
Mexico's trademark delights. TACOS!
Claim Your Freedom Every Day!
Billy and I have been
traveling the globe for almost three
decades. Within those international trips we
have noticed that humans intrinsically
desire to be free.
- Roof Top Restaurant in Patzcuaro with View
of the Lake!
Hotel Posada La Basilica in
Patzcuaro is set in an 18th century house
with a view of Lake Patzcuaro. One afternoon
we stopped by to cool off and took in the
sights. See this ancient town's tiled
rooftops and Billy zooms into the Lakeview.
We Are Wealthy Beyond Belief
Those of us who live in the
U.S. oftentimes forget how wealthy we truly
are. That might sound trite, but consider
how valuable having running water is to your
life. You don’t have to carry it up from the
stream every day which happens to be