For the past quarter-century, I have barely given a second thought to the investments in my portfolio.
For those of you who have embraced the three Coffeehouse Investor principles over this span, you would probably say the same.
Over the years, Coffeehouse Investors have taken advantage of improvements in the construction of index funds, and maybe made some changes to our asset allocation, but our investing philosophy stays the same.
It is timeless.
One of the significant benefits of maximizing portfolio returns in low-cost index and passively managed funds is that it frees up your time to ignore Wall Street and pursue more meaningful endeavors in life.
Speaking of time, how DO you spend yours?
Sahil Bloom invites us to analyze how we spend our time.
Take a moment and reflect on the value you place on yours.
Ready to Reprioritize Your Time?
I began writing my weekly column in the King County Journal in 1999. I needed to describe a Coffeehouse Investor-type portfolio to readers, so I designed a 60/40 portfolio of Vanguard index funds. My seven-fund portfolio ended up taking on a life of its own with investors across the nation.
Nearly 25 years later, I am convinced the Coffeehouse Investor philosophy creates a way for you to build wealth and financial freedom while freeing up your valuable time.
Ready to get started? If you are 5-10 years from retirement or are retired, have $1 million or more in investible assets, and are ready to build a long-term plan, let's strategize together.