Posts Tagged ‘stock market’

In liu of recent events I thought I’d share my take on the faltering US economy: $700 Billion Bailout – Great The government is bailing us out. Yes, even you small business owners who are complaining you didn’t get a $700 billion rescue package. You see, when the big banks can lend it lets you […]


This graph pretty much sums up the behavior of 90% of investors. Select a proper asset allocation, buy and hold. It’s that simple. Leave the I should’ve, could’ve, and would’ve to the sheep.


Some supply chain jock may be dropping their jaws right now, but I had to say it. If you’re young and investing in the long term (at least 5-7 years) flipping houses and property will not make you rich unless you already have a lot of money to begin with. CNN Money has a great […]


It is a great time for young investors. The smell of a recession…ahh. You might think I’m doped up or plain out of my mind, but listen. Sure gas prices are at an all time high, the cost of milk could’ve bought you a really cheap haircut, and interest rates flat out suck. Recessions are […]


Ah, its that time of year again. Final exams are ending and lots of excited seniors will be graduating and dipping their feet into the water known as the real world. With a steady paycheck, many forgo their Ramen-led lifestyles and then some. Life is good. Splurging will only last so long. What do you […]