Twitter | Search | |
Sam @ Financial Samurai
SAHD, back-to-back HS 🎾 coach champ, writing about financial independence since 2009. 🇺🇸 Free newsletter:
17,947
Tweets
423
Following
29,771
Followers
Tweets
Sam @ Financial Samurai 12h
Replying to @LBSports
Appreciate it Larry! Thanks for reading. Must be the best time for you with a football 🏈 season starting up! Cal and the 49ers to win it all.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 23
“You don’t want to win an argument. You want to win.” - in Skin In The Game. My favorite phrase on why it’s best to keep social media to a minimum and just live your life.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 22
Replying to @ninetofire
🤣🤣🤣🤣 thanks! listening to it never fails to make us laugh! I had forgotten about the clip until I wrote this post. Thanks for reading and listening.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 22
The Secret To Your Success: 10 Years Of Unwavering Commitment - Some suggestions on how to do one hard thing for a very long time to achieve your goals.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 21
After over 20,000 votes, the #1 net worth vote-getter for personal finance enthusiasts is $1-$1.5 million followed by $300K-$500K. Not bad! Median age is 38-42 for all voters. 🇺🇸
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 21
Replying to @RaheelAkhtar77
The disparity is clear as day in the chart. But the median + Social Security is a nice retirement lifestyle in most parts of the country.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 21
Replying to @KimomaruNull
I’ve never heard of “broke millionaire.” Millionaire by definition means not broke.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 21
Rock and a hard place. We can always make more money. But we’ll never get back the time we have with our little ones. Flex work for less pay seems like a no brainer on both sides. But companies are afraid it will cause an avalanche of flex work requests.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 20
Warning! Beware Of Revealing Your Financial Independence Plans Too Soon - Contain yourself if you know what’s good for you.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 19
The Inverted Yield Curve And A Recession Could Be Extremely Positive
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 18
Replying to @genyfinanceguy
Amazing! Who couldn't use an additional $500,000 - $1,000,000 in severance money as a nice cushion to do something new? Congrats! 🙌
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 16
Replying to @Anthonyh_90
Hence why there are two other columns to scrutinize, whoo-hoo!
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 16
One of the coolest things about the Fed’s latest Consumer Finance Survey is that the average 55-64 year old American is a . The median net worth ain’t too shabby either once you add SSecurity benefits. Who’s got it better than us? 🇺🇸
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 15
Average Daily Percent Move Of The Stock Market: S&P Volatility Returns - Know this info so you can develop a better investing methodology and feel more calm.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 14
Understanding The Yield Curve: A Prescient Economic Predictor - Consumers hoard cash and lenders get squeezed when the yield curve inverts. The velocity of money slows down and a recession ensues w/in 6-18 months.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 13
Drive is innate, or at least a majority so. So having an innate drive to get better is a natural competitive advantage. Nurture is a minority percentage. Perhaps 30%.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 13
Replying to @cburkins5
Said each NBA player is the CEO of their own brand. Their own likeness. Good For everyone to be careful if they still need a job.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 13
Replying to @MotownSmackDown
He said playing great defense is the hardest thing to do well for a consistently long time. Shooting is the easiest if you are a great shooter. Defense grinds your body down.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 13
Paid. Always do my best to pay. It is the way of the Samurai.
Reply Retweet Like
Sam @ Financial Samurai Aug 13
Replying to @keywordkelly
Lol. He a big boy.
Reply Retweet Like