8 thoughts on “Retirement Account Performance – May 2016”

  1. I do commend you for taking the time to explain some of these concepts. It can be daunting to understand them but you have made it easy to understand. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Michael,

    I am actually here from the PAC blog rotator and happy to see one more wonderful personality in the blogging scenario. Glad to see your great work in the blog. Hoping to come back again to read more posts sooon.

    Have a great time.

    Best regards

    Keep Sharing

    Reji Stephenson

    1. Hi Reji,

      Welcome to Stretch A Dime! I am glad you liked the post, hope to see more of you here.

      Feel free to give a shout if you have any questions with regards to personal finance.


  3. I’m impressed with your results. I have found investments to be a minefield and the results have not been that great.

    Enjoy the journey!

    1. Hi Mandy,

      Thank you! When it comes to investment, you need to pick a strategy and stick to it. It involves a lot of behavior management in terms of not reacting to every news that hits the street. The less you react and stick to your strategy, the better of your results are. Just like anything else in life, investment requires discipline to be successful. That is what I have learned thus far.


  4. Hi Michael,

    I admire how you can do this. I love investments, but they seem to be all over the place when it comes to writing them down…checking numbers. I guess I do it more intuitively lol. I do have them, but need to learn how to be more concrete.


    1. Hi Donna,

      Thank you! I used to track my investments to some level, and like you, I was very intuitive about it. However, when I started blogging, I took my tracking up several notches – this has helped me measure progress, and hold myself accountable, and also keeps me honest to my readers.


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