Marketing, Minneapolis, Music & More

Entries for the ‘Finance’ Category

Stock Tips from An Amateur

I am no where near an authority on stocks, or other financial securities for that matter.  However, I’ve read more books on the topic than 99% of people in the United States (I think “one” would get you into this category, but I could be wrong) and have definitely put some time into consideration of […]

Trying to Predict Irrational Markets

Buy and hold investors such as myself are often dubiously raising our eyebrows at others attempting to figure out the market and get “in and out” of financial vehicles such as stocks quickly, in repeated fashion in order to make money.The funny thing is that day traders and other people who “play” the market are […]

Fire Your Stock Analyst! Book Review

During business school, I took a lot of time to learn about finance and started scratching the surface of economics in general.  I don’t know why it happens that way.  As you get older, the importance of economics and money just seem to become more important.  I never considered myself a “finance” type of person, […]

Health vs. Money Tradeoff

Working a normal, white collar job has some incredible benefits, but it also comes with some difficult aspects.  My least favorite aspect is the lack of physical movement associated with the role.  I’ve had jobs where physical labor was involved (most notable a job bringing in and putting out docks, lifts and boats in lake […]

  • Fairly Recently…

  • Way Back When…

  • Categorically Speaking...

  • Meta

  • Posts by Date

    September 2020
    M T W T F S S
    « Jan