MoneyMonk

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Blog Title: MoneyMonk

Blog URL: http://moneymonk.net/

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Blogger name(s)/Alias(es): MoneyMonk

Blog start date: October 20, 2006

About the Blog: 'My goal is simple: to make money, whether it be through my job, blogging, my contract work, stock dividends. I'm always looking for multiple streams of income. I am an investor not a trader. I normally hold stocks for the long run. I hope to one day add businesses and/or hotels to my portfolio.

I plan to retire at 50 ( from my 9-5 ). At 50, I should have enough non retirement savings to live off and also have a business up and running that will generate passive income. At 65, I will cash out my 401k and Roth. With the right education and disciple of money I am sure to get there.

One of my favorite PF Books: The Millionaire Next Door...it taught me the key to being rich is not acting like you're rich.' -- from the About page

Approx post frequency: daily

Blog Categories (on this wiki): Personal Finance Bloggers, Frugal Bloggers, Debt and Credit Bloggers, Investing Bloggers

Specializations: consumption, debt, investing, savings, wealth

Highlights: Dave Ramsey and His All-Cash Route, When Personal Finance Gets Boring, Women Are Not Aggressive With Money, FICO Fever, The Problem With Getting Out of Debt

This article is based on an article from Finwikian, available under the GFDL, content later converted into CC-BY-SA.