Issue 25.0 / September 27, 2020
Another example of Warren Buffett’s investing intelligence and patience.
An assessment of stock market sentiment for the past six months.
Microsoft doubles-down on Xbox and buys a video game studio for $7.5 billion.
The water sector is trying to establish a market structure with futures contracts.
A spreadsheet update on all the companies I own for free thanks to weekly Stash Stock Parties. I've received $26.48 of free stock since early March. Here's my latest Stash Stock Party portfolio update.
Mr. Wonderful breaks down how you can retire a millionaire.
Don't lose the benefit of time, prioritize retirement.
Factor retirement into all of your financial decisions.
It may be a messy 2021 for consumers.
Build a moat around your money and assets.
Lumber costs for new homes have surged. The pandemic is also changing the home preferences of layout and design. And the suburbs are getting hot again.
For the past decade, the banking sector has criticized cryptocurrency claiming it would be used as a platform for criminality. Last week it was reported that some of the biggest banks in the industry were caught red-handed with laundering money and having direct ties to fraud of $2 trillion in the past 20 years.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York is hosting a virtual conference featuring a Cross-Border Payments, Digital Currencies, and Tokens session on Sept.29.
Thinking about a Bitcoin investment? Do your cryptocurrency homework first.
World-famous auction house will be selling an NFT for the first time in its 254 year history.
“Everything in the real world will be turned into an NFT on the blockchain...” - Ian Lee
Sell an idea, not a product.
Invest in Twitter advertising by putting yourself out there with promoted content.
Getting started with a YouTube Channel.
Start a business online because it’s very low cost.
A shortlist on improving intelligence and paving a path to self-directed learning.
Recent research on rewiring your brain to eliminate bad habits.
Live an intentional life by adding an exclamation mark.
Connect your pre-writing ideas with islands and bridges.
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Ideas and information presented in my articles are for educational purposes only and not intended to be investment advice. Investments in the stock market and cryptocurrency could be speculative and volatile and result in money loss. Always conduct your own research. You may want to obtain independent legal, financial, taxation, and/or other professional advice with respect to any information from this content. I may mention products or services and some of those products are affiliate links that reward me.