Tag: investing

Approaching Nutrition From An Investor’s Mindset

Over the last few years I’ve read numerous accounts of people who¬†have tried different diets only to end up in worse health. Most often the diet works very well in the short term, but then things go wrong. At … [continue reading]

Anatomy of a Bad Trade

Occasionally I serve up a post on my investing successes. Now let me tell you about the worst trade I ever made and the lessons I learned.

On January 3, 2008, on the post My Drudge Report Oil Short Investment [continue reading]

Not a Certified Financial Planner

Since I have quite a few posts on investing, I thought it was appropriate that I add a disclaimer. I am not a Certified Financial Planner. I’m just a regular Joe with an interest in economics. Although I have a … [continue reading]

Investing 101 – The Biggest Lesson

This post is a follow-up to Investing 101 – Before You Invest.

The biggest lesson I’ve learned in the last few years is what I call the Baby Boomer Lie. I’ve covered this on other posts, so forgive … [continue reading]

Investing 101 – Before You Invest

Considering last week was my most profitable week ever investing, it wasn’t surprising that a few people approached me with questions on investing. It should be noted that although I’m doing great right now, I was dead wrong on equities … [continue reading]