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Old 08-02-2014, 08:42 AM   #1
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Nords in the WSJ

Nords makes an appearance in another retirement article . . . this one is by Liz Moyer.

Yay Nords!!

http://online.wsj.com/articles/can-y..._hp_Markets3up
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Just read it on Yahoo! Financial news. Way to go Nords!


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Congrats Nords! I was quoted there a few times myself, back in the 80's.
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Nords got the last word in:

"It's all a lifestyle choice," he says. "If you live a frugal life, it's easier to retire early."

Congrats!
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Nords got the last word in:

"It's all a lifestyle choice," he says. "If you live a frugal life, it's easier to retire early."

Congrats!
Yep, seems they left the punch line for last. Would have been nice to also work that message into a teaser at the beginning of the article.

Note that they also quoted Darrow Kirkpatrick of "Can I Retire Yet?", another excellent blog.
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Note that they also quoted Darrow Kirkpatrick of "Can I Retire Yet?", another excellent blog.
Darrow and I know each other from blogging and FinCons. He connected with Liz first and then referred her to me.

If anyone has a chance to do an interview with her, she's a total professional. She asks good questions, actually listens to the answers, and takes good notes. I also appreciate a journalist who makes the time to do a basic fact check.
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