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Just occasionally in the heat of compulsive decision making, one loses the grand perspective! Really. In 1998, I started trading in the US stock market, I still remember the trepidation and fear that accompanied my first online stock purchases. In those days, I was a Motley Fool reader and bought some suggested stocks based on their ideas. It… Read More »
There’re a lot of good sources of information on brokers for those who live (‘reside’) in the UK or US. But what about those of us who “don’t qualify”? Are you NOT a US Resident? Oops, I’m sorry… We can’t help you. Look no further. I’ve done a little research from the SmartMoney’s Annual Broker Survey, and not… Read More »
It’s been a really long time since I did anything newsy on this blog. I’ve posted “recent posts” lists, but nothing newsy. So it’s today. Do check out my post on how to make a newsletter, my updated download page, and the language of spending money . Trades in my account: Trading for Dividends! I recently noted FYI… Read More »
Tonight’s episode of Seinfeld was a rerun from the mid-90s when Jerry receives a large check (so large that Kramer is surprised) for his performance . It’s only part one of a two-parter. But it got me wondering about what most people do when they receive a windfall. Management of your new found resources can be a problem;… Read More »
I was reading a recent posting on John Chow’s Blog that looked at the issue of Getting It Done. I’m not going to rewrite John’s post for him, but I was reading the comments that were attached. I don’t know if it was just me but I saw a lot of posters using Duality Disorder (the sometimes inappropriate… Read More »
Do you listen to audiobooks? They’re great for when you’re driving, jogging or stuck on a long subway journey.Ã‚Â If so, then free downloadable audio books offers investorbloggers like us a great way to bring ourselves uptodate on a wide range of business topics. A good sample below is the Wall Street Journal. Every weekday, an audio edition… Read More »
I’ve been reading the 10 stupid mistakes made by newly self-employed. It’s a good list that all business people should look at! I think our business has made several of them at least recently. There are four that are worth looking at in my context. Click on them to read about them in context at Steve’s website. 1.… Read More »