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The Daily Jukebox – Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The Daily Jukebox – Tuesday, February 19, 2019

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3We’re excited to announce that we’ve added social sharing to The Feeds, including The Money Blogs Feed, which powers The Money Jukebox!

Now, whenever you discover a post you enjoy on any of The Feeds, you can easily to share it on your favorite social media site(s)!

Let’s Share The Love Together in 2019! – The Money Mix

Our goal at The Money Mix is to bring you the latest and greatest money and financial news, stories, and articles. We also want to “share the love” with the many talented personal finance writers out there by sending as much traffic as possible to their sites.

Here are Today’s “Top 5” Posts:


The importance of “Just doing it”

I do and would be willing to wager you have encountered the same thing. Maybe it’s the uncle Jim who wants to flip houses? Aunt Sally who “would make millions selling grandmas spaghetti sauce recipe”. Your friend Jimmy the plumber who has the next great idea to invent an easier way to connect pipes.


The Incredible Privilege of Frugality by Choice (and other musings) | Principal F.I.

This post may contain affiliate links, which allow us to earn money at no additional cost to you. For more information, please read our Disclaimer. Sometimes obvious truths smack you in the face. Maybe it’s something you’ve heard a thousand times. It might be a reality everyone else sees that you don’t.


FIRE – Why I Want to Have The Option to Retire Early

I realized I never talked about FIRE(financial independence/retire early) on this blog. I’ve been talking about goals lately so I figure it’d be good to visit my ultimate goal. I want the option to retire early. The FIRE movement is often painted with a broad brush and seen as a group of people saving money in order to retire as quickly as possible.



Why Poor Investment Returns Early On in Your Financial Journey Could be a Blessing in Disguise – Four Pillar Freedom

4 min read The worst five-year investment period ever for the S&P 500 since 1928 was from 1970 to 1974. Here’s a look at the annual inflation-adjusted returns during these five years: During this period, if someone invested $10,000 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of each year, for a total investment of $50,000 over the course of five years, they would have been left with just $30,858 by the end of 1974.

Which post on The Money Jukebox was your favorite?

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What Makes The Money Jukebox Unique

The Money Jukebox is the first and only regular “round-up”or “best of” series of its kind.

It’s curated both for and by the personal finance community, featuring some of the newest, best posts within days (or even hours!) of their publishing.

On Monday through Friday, we bring you The Daily Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” newest Money Blogs Feed posts from the day(s) before.

Each Saturday, we bring you The Weekly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from The Daily Jukebox that week.

Once a month, we bring you The Monthly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from the Weekly Jukebox for that month.

The “top” post from The Monthly Jukebox is then inducted into The Money Jukebox Hall Of Fame.

The Money Jukebox is the only series that highlights the best new personal finance blog posts.

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You won’t see recycled content here. Just the best, newest content within days of its initial publishing.

The Money Jukebox is also the only series that gives you such an active voice as the reader.

Your clicks on The Money Blogs Feed give us a “Top 10” list each day, which we actively narrow down to a “Top 5.”

Our role in curation helps prevent posts with excessive self-clicking or click-bait titles from dominating The Daily Jukebox (though catchy titles are encouraged!).

Winners of The Daily Jukebox and The Weekly Jukebox, who are featured on The Weekly Jukebox and The Monthly Jukebox, respectively, are chosen solely by your poll votes.

Find out more about how The Money Jukebox works.

I’ve Been Jukeboxed!

Being selected for The Money Jukebox is an honor, whether for The Daily Jukebox, for The Weekly Jukebox, or for The Monthly Jukebox.

If you’ve been “Jukeboxed,” that means for a day, for a week, or even for a month, the personal finance community thought your post was amongst both the latest and the greatest writing in personal finance.

Folks who have been Jukeboxed can sport the “As Jukeboxed On” badge with pride.

Here’s what the badge looks like:

As Jukeboxed On The Money Mix

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Anyone who has Become a Money Hero can sport the Money Hero badge. And anyone who participates in Flamingo Fridays can sport the Flamingo Fridays badge.

But only if you have truly been “Jukeboxed” can you sport the “As Jukeboxed On” badge!

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