Posts from Eric Rosenberg

Eric is the founder and editor of Narrow Bridge Finance. He is a financial analyst with an MBA and undergraduate finance degree. He has worked in banking and wants to share what he learned to help you save time, money, and headache.

How to Deal with Money Between Jobs

How to Deal with Money Between Jobs

The search for a new job can be stressful, especially if you’ve got bills to pay and a family to look after. In the current financial climate it could take you a while to find work, so it pays to look after your finances as well as you can while you’re between jobs.

Why is Gas so Expensive?

Why is Gas so Expensive?

This post comes from my long time friend and college instructor Andrew Levin. Here in the USA, we love our gas. Each day, we consume enough gasoline to fill up over 550 Olympic-sized swimming pools. There is an average of one car for every two Americans. And boy do we like to drive. According to […]

Should I Buy Stock in the Company I Work For?

Should I Buy Stock in the Company I Work For?

Millions of people in the United States work at public companies with stock available for purchase. Some of these companies give employees stock for free, others offer company stock to employees at a discount, many commonly offer company stock as a portion of 401(k) plans. While many of us are loyal and believe in the […]

Skip the Airport Security Line for $20 per Year

Skip the Airport Security Line for $20 per Year

I arrived at PDX for a trip to Santa Barbara around 5:00pm on a Friday afternoon. I had just grappled with an hour drive from my office south of Portland in rush-hour traffic to get to the airport, on the city’s northern border with Washington. I found parking in the economy lot, took the shuttle […]

Tracking Stocks Online

Tracking Stocks Online

While I suggest new investors always buy diverse funds like an S&P 500 index fund to start, if you are building a larger portfolio and want to try your skill picking individual stocks, it is important to keep track of your investments. Each investment tracking site is different, so be sure to pick one you […]

What To Do With a Public Employee Retirement Account?

What To Do With a Public Employee Retirement Account?

A reader sent me a note asking for ideas on moving to a new job after working for the State of Colorado, where the retirement plans are run by an organization called PERA. PERA works sort of like a pension plan and sort of like a 401(k). Read the question, and my answers, below.