The photo is of Socrates “If you want to be wrong, follow the masses”. With consumer confidence at an all time high and the “Trump Economy” in full effect with tax breaks, it appears that everyone is ready for another bull run. In this case, it is much more likely that we see a recession. […]
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Most personal finance blogs talk about saving money and frugality, we’re going to go to the opposite end of the spectrum and outline ways to spend your money… Maximizing the quality of your life. The main problem with frugality is that your life becomes too plain and boring and when you’re older the things you […]
Making transitions in life is probably one of the most under-rated skills. Similar to any high speed sport, the need to change speeds, directions and “run the game at your pace” is a critical skill. This occurs in life as well as we move from cranking long and hard hours to saving/investing to spending as […]
We haven’t done a life related post in quite some time so here goes nothing. After hitting the exit button on a Company (we’ll have a follow up to this post later), your net-worth typically goes up vertically (step function) assuming you never included the value in your calculations. This means you are now tied […]
The title says it all! We are making final touches this weekend on the book and given the volatility we have no doubt many people have many questions. All of the good questions will be added to the book. No crypto isn’t dead. Thanks!!! QUESTIONS ARE CLOSED NOW
This is a guest post from Ludvig Sunström. Ludvig is the author of Breaking out of Homeostasis. Together with former hedge fund manager Mikael Syding, he hosts the popular Swedish business podcast “25 Minuter,” which has been ranked #1 on iTunes several times. His content has been read and listened to by millions of people. You […]