Most Important Investment Advice # 3

After the success of the first and second part of my investment advice series, here is the third most important investment advice:

Don’t save anything for retirement.

You have no idea if your now will even like the kind of person you will be in 30 or 40 years.

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Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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7 Responses to Most Important Investment Advice # 3

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  3. Kurt says:

    If I don’t save for my retirement, I’m guaranteed to be one type of person when I retire: a poor person.

    Your entire investment advice so far seems to be to not invest or save lol.

  4. Ah, but I would make a tiny adjustment to your advice – don’t save for PLANNED USE IN retirement. Save in your 20s and 30s, so when you health crashes when you’re 40, you can retire to the VERY cheap wilds of redneck SE Ohio.
    Or a more attractive alternative, use your savings to party your butt off, then take a swan dive off the top of Sears Tower in Chicago.
    I went with option a. I sometimes wish I’d gone for option b! ;)

  5. Kavita Joshi says:

    I am following these advices with no doubt :)

  6. As a recent retiree, I am delighted to say that I saved for this moment in my life.
    I am care-free when it comes to expenses, with my only concerns centered around getting optimal return on my assets. I am in in excellent health and can afford just about anything I want. The stress I experienced in the workplace is gone.

    I don’t know why you would give people such poor advice.

  7. falcon says:

    this is late people of malta have a lot of back bone.its in the blood.

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