esi Author

ESI is the owner of <a href="https://rockstarfinance.com/">Rockstar Finance</a> and writes at <a href="https://esimoney.com/">ESI Money</a>, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). He's an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how others can implement those successes in their lives. He is also the author of a free ebook titled <a href="https://esimoney.com/three-steps-financial-independence-ebook/">Three Steps to Financial Independence</a> and spends a lot of his time <a href="https://esimoney.com/category/millionaires/">interviewing millionaires</a>.

Money Match-Up: Should Married Couples Combine Finances?

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue....

Money Match-Up

Bloggers

Why You Should Consider or Reconsider Reddit

The following is an excerpt from a free ebook (attached at bottom) by Michael Dinich from Your Money Geek. Michael is one of the Rockstar Finance VIB success stories, having taken his blog from virtually zero to 50k sessions (and getting approved by Mediavine) in four months. Much of his success...

Bloggers

How to Get Free Traffic from Rockstar Finance Without Getting Featured

Most people in the personal finance blogging space are familiar with the Rockstar Finance feature. It’s affectionately known as “being Rockstar’d” and is a great feeling to see a couple thousand people descend upon your website when you receive one. But these features are...

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: Pay Off Mortgage Versus Invest Excess Funds Elsewhere

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue. Today’s issue features a debate we’ve covered previously but wanted to revisit because it’s so good — which is better, paying off all debt...

General Finance

Five Essential Steps to Addressing Failure and Turning It into Future Success

The following is a guest post from The Chief Money Man. He’s a CFO (Chief Financial Officer) of a listed company in Europe. With a wife and two young boys, he is passionate about sharing what he has learned on his road to the C-Suite and beyond and hopefully helping others along the way....

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: Using Cash Versus Credit Cards

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue. Today’s issue features cash versus credit cards — which is better to use? We’ll begin with Michael Dinich from Your Money Geek who favors cash over...

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: Index Funds Versus Picking Your Own Stocks

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue. Today’s issue features a debate that’s quite the rage these days — which is better, investing in index funds or picking your own stocks?...

Reviews

Rockstar Review: Long Game

This is part of our Rockstar Reviews series. All Rockstar Reviews include affiliate links to the companies being featured. Thank you to all those who support our site by going through them when you find them helpful! Be sure to check out all previous products we’ve reviewed! This week’s review...

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: Should You Live Your Dream Life Now or Later?

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue. Today’s issue features a unique debate — should you live your dream life now or later? We’ll begin with Janet from My Twenty Cents who thinks you...

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: Is College Worth It or Not?

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue. Today’s issue features an interesting debate on college — is it worth going or not? We’ll begin with Kate from On Our Way World who says that going...