By Dr. Jim Dahle, WCI Founder

This post is going to be a little odd. Most personal finance writers write all kinds of articles motivating you and teaching you how to spend less money so you can save more and actually reach your financial goals. However, many people who read personal finance books, blogs, and magazines don’t have that problem. Personal finance is their hobby. They’re already highly motivated to save money. They generally start early, save a big chunk of their income, and do a great job investing. It’s a huge disconnect. The writers are writing for people who don’t read their stuff, and the readers are reading stuff not written for them.

To make matters worse, a certain percentage of personal finance hobbyists not only end up with gobs of money but they also have a certain amount of anxiety about money. This anxiety is readily identified

Keep reading this article on The White Coat Investor.

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