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skip to content investing winner get rich slow menu and widgets search for: recent posts building a starter portfolio the power of compounding interest saving money – cutting the cord of cable tv how to create a budget benefits of investing in index etfs favorite quotes: chinese proverb on the best time to plant a tree favorite quotes: benjamin graham on wall street people investing winner store book review: trading in the zone by mark douglas list of online stock brokers recommended reading pages about legal disclaimer building a starter portfolio building a portfolio can be overwhelming. there are thousands of mutual funds, etfs, and stocks to choose from. there are also various ways to allocate your money between stocks, bonds, real estate, gold, and other investments. but there is also a simple allocation that will work for most people and get their portfolio up and running. this simple starter portfolio is a mix of us and international stocks, us and international bonds, and real estate. in fact, this starter portfolio covers nearly all us and international stocks and bonds that are worth owning — using vanguard total market mutual funds and etfs. and then i like to add a healthy dose of real estate investment trusts (reits) to round out the portfolio. the five funds that make up this starter portfolio are: vanguard total stock market vanguard total international stock market vanguard total bond market vanguard total international bond market vanguard reit index why vanguard? i’m a huge fan of vanguard because of their low fees, high quality funds, and clients as owners. to clarify the clients as owners: you (the client) own the funds, and the funds own vanguard. if you’re interested, you can read more about “why vanguard?”. vanguard total stock market etf: vti investor mutual fund: vtsmx lower-cost admiral fund: vtsax this fund provides investors with exposure to the entire us stock market – including small, mid, and large-cap growth and value stocks. it is very broad and diverse, totaling over 3600 stocks! this fund includes all the big names such as apple (aapl), google (now alphabet) (googl), microsoft (msft), exxon mobile (xom), amazon (amzn), jpmorgan chase (jpm), and thousands of other big and small companies. vanguard total international stock market etf: vxus investor mutual fund: vgtsx lower-cost admiral fund: vtiax the vanguard total international stock index funds offers investors a way to gain exposure to global markets, including both developed and emerging economies, such as those of europe and asia. because this fund invests in global markets, there can be a lot of volatility, as some parts of the world have less stable economies than the us. but over the long term, having some international stock market exposure adds some diversification and potential benefits, especially when you look at emerging superpowers such as china and india. the vanguard total international stock market index fund invests in over 6000 stocks, including household names such as royal dutch shell, nestle, samsung, toyota, hsbc, and unilever. vanguard total bond market etf: bnd investor mutual fund: vbmfx lower-cost admiral fund: vbtlx the vanguard total bond market provides exposure to us investment grade bonds, including both corporate bonds and us government bonds. it also invests in bonds of varying maturities which helps to stabilize the fixed income this fund provides. the vanguard total bond market fund invests in over 8500 different bonds, the majority of which are us government. this broad us bond fund is a perfect complement to the us total stock market fund, providing fixed income and generally stable asset price, which can help when the stock market experiences a decline. vanguard total international bond market etf: bndx investor mutual fund: vtibx lower-cost admiral fund: vtabx the vanguard total international bond market index fund offers broad exposure to global (non us) investment grade government and corporate bonds. it operates similar to the vanguard total bond fund covering us bonds, except the focus is on international bonds. the majority of the bonds in the vanguard total international market fund are from more stable european countries and companies, but it also has exposure to the rest of the world. in total, it invests in over 4000 different international bonds. vanguard reit index etf: vnq investor mutual fund: vgsix lower-cost admiral fund: vgslx the vanguard reit index fund invests in real estate trusts, which are companies that purchase office buildings, hotels, apartment buildings, and other real estate property. this fund will provide exposure to the real estate market, without you having to become a landlord yourself. there are two main types of reits: equity reits and mortgage reits. equity reits generate income through the collection of rent on, and from sales of, the properties they own for the long-term. mortgage reits invest in mortgages or mortgage securities tied to commercial and residential properties. we know real estate and home prices can dramatically rise and fall, so this fund can see some volatility, but real estate investments have often performed differently than stocks and bonds. this reit fund can offer additional diversification for a portfolio made up of stocks and bonds, and also adds diversification of asset classes, since this fund covers the real estate market. portfolio allocation deciding how much money to allocate these mutual funds or etfs as part of your total portfolio is an interesting problem. the general recommendation by experts and analysts is that the closer you are to retirement age, the greater percentage of your portfolio should be fixed-income or bonds. in this example we will use a recommendation for younger people (20s-30s) with an 80/20 split, meaning 80% of the portfolio will be allocated towards stocks and 20% towards bonds. we will include real estate in the 80% stock mix. here is an example 80/20 portfolio mix with the portfolio leaning more heavily towards us stocks and bonds, but keeping a sizable amount allocated to international markets. vanguard total stock market index: 50% vanguard total international stock market index: 20% vanguard total bond market: 15% vanguard total international bond market: 5% vanguard reit index: 10% total: 100% posted on january 10, 2017january 10, 2017author nkuechlercategories investing, investing 101tags bnd, bndx, portfolio, vanguard, vbmfx, vbtlx, vgsix, vgslx, vgtsx, vnq, vtabx, vti, vtiax, vtibx, vtsax, vtsmx, vxusleave a comment on building a starter portfolio the power of compounding interest the power of compounding interest compounding interest is one of the core principles of long term investing. the basic is the more often your investment compounds, the greater your investment will become, and your investments will grow at a faster rate over time. compounding interest is also one of the basic ideas of the phrase “it’s about time in the market, not timing the market” — over time, as your investments compound interest, you will see greater and greater accelerated gains. what is compounding interest? compound interest is interest added to the principal of a deposit or loan, so that the added interest also earns interest from then on. this addition of interest to the principal is called compounding. to put this more simply, compound interest is “interest on interest” which means your deposit will grow at a faster rate than with simple interest. compounding interest formulas here are two formulas you can use to calculate compounding interest yourself. basic formula — for compounding once per year: v = p (1 + r)^t where: v = the value of investment at the end of the time period p = the principal amount (the initial amount invested) r = the annual interest rate (note: this is a decimal, so 5% becomes 0.05) t = the number of years the money is invested ^ means raise to the power of example for compounding $1 initial investment at 5% over 50 years: v = 1*(1+0.05)^50 v = 11.467 advanced formula — for compounding multiple times per year, such as daily, monthly, or quarterly: v = p ( 1 + [ r / n ] ) ^ n * t where: v = the value of investment at the end of the time period p = the principal amount (the initial amount invested) r = the annual interest rate (note: this is a decimal, so 5% becomes 0.05) n = the annual frequency of compounding (how many times a year interest is added) t = the number of years the money is invested ^ means raise to the power of example for compounding $1 initial investment at 5% compounding monthly over 50 years: v = 1*(1+0.05/12)^(12*50) v = 12.119 important: notice how compounding more often per year yields higher returns. example of compounding interest here’s a quick example of compound interest: you have invested $1 at a 5% interest rate which compounds once per year. next year, the $1 investment would be worth $1.05 — a gain of $0.05. in 2 years, the initial $1 investment would be worth $1.1025 — a gain of $0.0525 over the previous year in 3 years, the initial $1 investment would be worth $1.158 — a gain of $0.0555 over the previous year. in 10 years, the initial $1 investment would be worth $1.623 — a total gain of $0.623. in 20 years, the initial $1 investment would be worth $2.653 — a total gain of $1.653. in 50 years, the initial $1 investment would be worth $11.467 — a total gain of $10.467! important: notice how the gains are increasing year over year and accelerating! compounding interest over time here are two graphs that further demonstrate the power of compounding interest. the first graph shows compounding interest of $1 initial investment and a 5% return rate over a 52 year period: compounding interest over 52 years the next graph shows the compounding interest power of the same $1 initial investment and 5% return rate but over a 104 year period: compounding interest over 104 years these graphs demonstrate the accelerating return rate you receive with compounding interest. the interest you’re making on your initial $1 investment is making its own interest — and it’s making more and more money over time — accelerating the returns. visual example of compounding frequency differences compound interest with varying frequencies in this graph you will see compounding more often yields higher returns. over time, the $1000 initial investment compounding yearly will return significantly less than $1000 compounding quarterly or monthly. takeaway: interest compounding more frequently will ultimately yield greater returns. learn more about compounding interest if you’d like to learn more about compounding interest and it’s benefits on investing, i’d recommend these three books: the richest man in babylon the compound effect a beginner’s guide to investing: how to grow your money the smart and easy way posted on december 6, 2014author nkuechlercategories investing, investing 101tags compound interest, investingleave a comment on the power of compounding interest saving money – cutting the cord of cable tv cutting the cord of cable tv cutting the cord of cable tv cutting the cable tv cord was one of the best things i’ve done to save a lot of money and become more productive. i hate having to pay $100 per month for 200 channels, of which i’d maybe only watch 5. i also really hate watching commercials! i’m already paying for the cable tv service, why do i have to pay again by watching commercials?! since cable companies do not offer a la carte cable packages, where i can pick and choose which channels i want to watch and pay for, i decided i’d rather not pay $100 per month and instead find reasonable alternatives. i “cut the cord” for cable television about 4 years ago and i haven’t regretted this decision once. there are many viable alternatives to cable tv: netflix – $8 per month. commercial free! extensive collection of movies and tv shows, a fantastic netflix original series such as house of cards amazon prime – $99 per year for amazon prime membership. commercial free! amazon prime membership also gives you free 2 day shipping and the hbo collection! hulu – free, but has commercials i watch netflix on an apple tv, which is extremely simple to use. i get to watch some of my favorite tv shows commercial free, such as house of cards, psych, sherlock, sons of anarchy, the west wing, breaking bad, doctor who, and many others. i also have amazon prime. both netflix and amazon prime are great streaming services. here are some other streaming media devices you can use with netflix or amazon prime: google chromecast, amazon fire tv, or a roku 3. now i’m saving a lot of money and not watching any commercials – this is a win-win situation for me! monthly savings: $50-100+ per month yearly savings: $600-1200+ per year investing the savings i now have $1,000 more per year available for investing and becoming financially independent. thanks to the power of compounding interest, my $1,000 i save each year will grow at an increasing rate. here are some compounding interest numbers to think about. i’m assuming a conservative 5% interest rate: year 1: save $1,000 @ 5%. end the year with $1,050 year 2: saved $2,000 over 2 years @ 5%. end the year with $2,152.50 year 5: saved $5,000 over 5 years @ 5%: end the year with $5,801.91 year 10: saved $10,000 over 10 years @ 5%: end the year with $13,206.79 after 10 years i will have saved $10,000, but i will end up with $13,000. that’s a 30% gain by cutting the cable tv cord! posted on november 19, 2014author nkuechlercategories savingtags compound interest, reduce expenses, savingleave a comment on saving money – cutting the cord of cable tv how to create a budget increase your piggy bank savings defining your financial goals, creating a budget, and reducing expenses is the first step to becoming financially secure and investing in your future. so how do you create a budget? you can start with these five simple steps: set realistic goals figure out where your money is going identify your income sources combine your income and expenses to determine your monthly savings reduce your monthly expenses set realistic goals to get started, you’ll need to determinine your short term and long term financial goals. are you paying off a car loan? saving for a house? planning on early retirement? once you have defined your goals you can start organizing your finances and working towards completing your goals. figure out where your money is going before you can manage your money, you need to know how you’re spending it. you can use excellent tools such as mint.com or spreadsheets to track your monthly income and spending. i personally use and recommend mint.com. what’s great about mint.com is that you can import all of your transactions from checking, savings, and credit card accounts, and then you can see all of that data in one place. with mint, you can also set up your monthly income and expenses, and easily track if you’re exceeding your defined budgets. you can see great detail on exactly what you’re spending money on each month and how much you’re spending. want to know how much you spent on fast food last month? or the last year? you can easily visualize that spending over time data with mint! once you have a good tool for tracking your expenses, you can break your expenses down in to three common categories: fixed needs – those necessary expenses that stay the same each month, such as your rent or mortgage payments and cell phone bills. variable needs – expenses that will vary from month to month, sucha s gas, electric, water, and food. wants – these are non-essential expenses that are not needed, but nice to have once in a while, such as going out to the movies, eating out, entertainment, lattes. identify your income sources knowing where your income is coming from and how much you can expect each month is also important. you’ll want to create a detailed list such as paychecks from work, dividend income, bonuses, and any other way you’re making money. combine your income and expenses to find savings now that you know your monthly expenses and monthly income, you’ll combine them to see if you’re spending more than you’re making each month, or how much extra you’re expecting to have left over. here are the steps: add up your income subtract your expenses from the income allocate the remainder of your income — your monthly savings — to your goals. reduce your monthly expenses if your expenses are greater than your income (negative cash flow), you’ll want to look for ways to decrease your monthly expenses so that you can increase savings and complete your goals. start by examining your “wants” category. do you find yourself spending a lot of money each month at starbucks on cappuccinos that you don’t really need? if so you can start working on cutting down that cost and using that money elsewhere. think of it like this, would you rather spend $50 a month on coffees or have $600 extra at the end of the year? i’d rather have the $600! if you then invested the extra $600 per year, then after 10 years you’d have $7,500! not only would you have your original $6,000 you saved, you’d have an extra $1,500 from compounding interest. if you scaled this up and saved even more money each month, and invested that money, you could potentially be able to retire younger, buy more property, or significantly increase your investment portfolio. there are many other ways in which you can reduce your monthly expenses. start by cooking meals at home rather than eating out and by buying necessities such as toilet paper, laundry detergent, etc. in bulk. a big savings for me was to cut out cable tv and instead stream my tv with netflix. by cutting out cable tv, i’ve saved over $100 per month! putting it all together defining your budget and setting goals for yourself is the first step towards financial security and smart investing. now that you’ve created goals and a budget, you can easily track where your money is going, how you’re spending it, how you’re making it, and what you’re going to do with your savings. you’re also actively thinking about ways to reduce your monthly expenses in order to save more money, and investing those savings so that you can have a lot more money in the future. posted on may 26, 2014author nkuechlercategories investing 101tags budget, budgeting, investing, savingleave a comment on how to create a budget benefits of investing in index etfs what is an etf? an exchange-traded fund (etf) is an investment fund traded on stock exchanges, much like stocks. an etf holds assets such as stocks, commodities, or bonds, and trades close to its net asset value over the course of the trading day. most etfs track an index, such as a stock index or bond index. etfs may be attractive as investments because of their low costs, tax efficiency, and stock-like features. for more information, see my previous article on etfs: exchange-traded funds (etfs). why invest in index etfs? an index etf is an etf that tracks a specific stock market index, such as the nasdaq 100, s&p 500, or dow jones industrial average. this means when you buy an index etf, you gain exposure to all the stocks that comprise the index. for example, if you bought qqq, the nasdaq 100 index etf, you would gain exposure to google (goog), apple (aapl), tesla (tsla), costco (cost), and all the other stocks currently part of the nasdaq 100 index. the indexes are composed of a diverse set of stocks, so you automatically have exposure to various industries. if the index goes up, your index etf will also go up. when a company in the index pays a dividend, your etf will also pay a dividend. advantages to buying index etfs there are a number of advantages and benefits to buying index etfs. first, you are diversifying your holdings because the etf is a basket of other stocks. you are also diversifying your risk exposure. a sharp decline of a single stock will not translate in to a sharp decline of the etf because the other components in the etf will decrease the loss and risk. if a stock in the etf pays a dividend, you will receive a share of the dividend through the etf. if the index the etf tracks increases in value, your etf will also increase in value. here is a break down the benefits of etfs: diversification of stocks diversification of industries reduced risk dividend income top companies in the market tax efficient low expense ratios list of u.s. index etfs here is a complete list of u.s. stock market index etfs: nasdaq 100 index: qqq nasdaq composite index: oneq s&p 500 index: spy, ivv, voo dow jones industrial average: dia dow jones u.s. composite index: iyy russell 2000 index etf list: iwm, vtwo russell 3000 index etf list: iwv, vthr posted on september 15, 2013september 15, 2013author nkuechlercategories exchange traded funds, investingtags aapl, cost, etfs, goog, index, investing, tslaleave a comment on benefits of investing in index etfs posts 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