Tag: history

Instead of Makin’ Me Better, You Keep Me Makin’ Me Ill

Yesterday I stumbled across a ridiculous article on Yahoo! Finance called Retirement Guide for 20- and 30-Somethings. It was provided by SmartMoney and sponsored by Fidelity. Gee, I wonder what their expert financial advice is at this time? Let … [continue reading]

Maybe I Think Too Much But Some Thing’s Wrong

Earlier this week I got some good natured ribbing from friends about the fact that I’m testing non-mainstream fitness and nutritional ideas on myself. I’ve become a one man experiment in my quest to better understand a few concepts in … [continue reading]

Revolutionary Wealth

John Mauldin, who I consider one of my top financial mentors, recently referenced one of Alvin Toffler’s books as a “groundbreaking“. Good enough for me.

Revolutionary Wealth: How it will be created and how it will change our lives
Revolutionary Wealth: How it will be created and how it will change our … [continue reading]

Short Term Bear, Long Term Bull

In prior posts, I have stated that I am a Short Term Bear and a Long Term Bull. But, I never really explained what I meant. The Short Term Bear part now appears obvious as the country moves from … [continue reading]

He Bought At The Bottom

I love talking to people about investing. Listening to what people are doing and how they interpret the financial news is very helpful to me. Being a contrarian has been profitable to me.

In the last month, I’ve talked to … [continue reading]

While America Aged

I lived in San Diego during their pension crisis a few years ago. The story was confusing and never held any interest with me. Boring. Change the channel.

So why would I read a book about the dull topic of … [continue reading]