Tag Archives: Dream. Invest. Live.

The Fifty One Percent

“We never agree on anything”; say some couples. “We won!”, said the majority that had the results go their way despite the minority. “It’s worth a lot, so I should get a lot.”; say so many sellers, artists, homeowners, – … Continue reading

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No News Is Still No News

History echoes. It is too easy to let no news be interpreted as negative news. Humans are so good at reading between the lines that entire grand narratives can fit between two paragraphs of a press release, in the gap … Continue reading

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Personal Finance Is Personal

Personal finance is personal. Yes, that’s the title; but since I wrote my own book on my own personal finances (Dream. Invest. Live.) the simplicity of that observation has become more apparent – even after twelve years. Finance is impersonal, … Continue reading

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Parabola Hyperbola Hyperbole – MVIS

Whee!!! Whoa. Wha? MicroVision’s stock, MVIS, has been doing some crazy stuff, lately. MicroVision has always been a story stock, but usually there was only a small audience listening. Something changed. A year ago it looked possible that a new … Continue reading

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Gamestop And Moving Smaller Stocks

Oh dear. Some financial institutions are upset that some individual stockholders figured out how to play the market taking advantage of the institutions’ techniques. The big players are upset that others have begun beating them at their old game. Simply … Continue reading

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Lessons With LTBH Via MVIS

A stock goes up over fifty percent in a week, and people get curious about it. Why? What happened? Should I do anything about it? Well, I’m not a certified or professional financial advisor so I won’t answer what you … Continue reading

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What Has Not Changed

OK, peoples. I purposely took four days off from work, largely for medical reasons (busy, busy); purposely did so over Election Day because I already voted so there was nothing I could do about the outcome; didn’t really get any … Continue reading

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From Complexity To Simplicity

“Those old people, that generation that came before us, they were so silly. They came up with all these convoluted explanations for how the world works, but it was really so simple. But, they couldn’t see it because they were … Continue reading

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Weeds In The Community

Oh, come on, people. Pull some weeds. But many don’t. My neighborhood has rules about these things. Curse homeowner’s associations if you will, but I admit that I like some of the rules, like the one about keeping the weeds … Continue reading

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More Than Enough

“I’ve had enough!” Call them prayers, visualizations, manifestations, I’ve asked the Universe for “more than enough.” There’s ‘not enough’, which is poverty. There’s ‘enough’, which is balancing on a razor’s edge, where a slip is a dangerous thing. Then there … Continue reading

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