Top products from r/Fire

We found 2 product mentions on r/Fire. We ranked the 2 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/Fire:

u/Marshmlol · 3 pointsr/Fire

Go to your local library and ask for this book. Also, start listening to ChooseFI's podcast.

Start earning some income and start a retirement account with Vanguard. You are young, so you're looking into 100% on VTSAX; as you turn 30, 40, or 50, you need to start transferring stocks into bonds, like 80%/20%. As you accrue more knowledge, look into how to diversify internationally and into REITs.

Lastly, I highly recommend you to learn some grammar. Just to be a little real here, it's very unattractive to see you write - that might be something that a person might look into before hiring you. It certainly would bother me. So, start watching and studying some grammar through Khan Academy.

u/memeoic · 2 pointsr/Fire

I agree with the above comments, but you might additionally consider:

  • Either VOO ETF (if you’re more conservative ~10%/yr) or VGT ETF (~20%/yr). Both are diversified and just don’t panic on downturns and wait.
  • Read A Random Walk down Wall Street: The Time-tested Strategy for Successful Investing (which explains why ETFs work)
  • If you have an ESPP do that, and then sell after a year
  • Don’t buy individual stocks. They are too risky and they can really drag your long-term savings plan.