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A friend of mine has a multi-million dollar portfolio with 150 North American stocks managed by a broker.

That size of “garden” needs a lot of pruning and weeding and is therefore very profitable for the broker.

Next, I consolidated all cash and investments in the fewest full investment trading accounts possible with one financial institution (FI) – my bank.Same with my credit card and line of credit (backed by house) used only for investing – I consolidated them to one FI. Managing a portfolio is complicated enough, so we didn’t want to make it harder by juggling multiple institutions.The most recent milestone happened in 2013 – our NW increased by

Next, I consolidated all cash and investments in the fewest full investment trading accounts possible with one financial institution (FI) – my bank.

Same with my credit card and line of credit (backed by house) used only for investing – I consolidated them to one FI. Managing a portfolio is complicated enough, so we didn’t want to make it harder by juggling multiple institutions.

The most recent milestone happened in 2013 – our NW increased by $1M; well $949,722 to be exact.

That breaks out as 50K savings, about $170K in dividend income, and the balance in unrealized capital gains.

I don’t buy and read the seemingly endless barrage of financial self-help books.

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Next, I consolidated all cash and investments in the fewest full investment trading accounts possible with one financial institution (FI) – my bank.Same with my credit card and line of credit (backed by house) used only for investing – I consolidated them to one FI. Managing a portfolio is complicated enough, so we didn’t want to make it harder by juggling multiple institutions.The most recent milestone happened in 2013 – our NW increased by $1M; well $949,722 to be exact.That breaks out as 50K savings, about $170K in dividend income, and the balance in unrealized capital gains.I don’t buy and read the seemingly endless barrage of financial self-help books.

M; well 9,722 to be exact.That breaks out as 50K savings, about 0K in dividend income, and the balance in unrealized capital gains.I don’t buy and read the seemingly endless barrage of financial self-help books.

20 years ago, I read Gordon Pape’s Building Wealth in the 90s and a seminal book called The Richest Man in Babylon.

In retrospect, getting married factored majorly in to our financial success.

Two travelers on the MDJ with similar goals and money views can journey faster, further, and happier.

Divorce on the other hand, is one of the 5 biggest wealth-killers around.

Avoiding other big 4 wealth-killers such as annual tropical vacations, anything brand new with wheels, debt for depreciating assets, and expensive show homes and second homes, was also critical in our successful journey.

To be fair, there are some current tax and investment topics you should keep informed on but you can easily (and for free) do that online and in the Money Saver publication I mention above.