Yearly Archives: 2010

How Much Liquidity Do You Want?

How Much Liquidity Do You Want?

I am currently in operation horde cash, for two reasons, we want to eventually move (within a year to 18 months) and cash is king when negotiating, and two we are expecting our first child at the end of the year. I am no where near where I want to be, but as I reviewed

Happy 30th Birthday to The Wife

Happy 30th Birthday to The Wife

In honor of The Wife’s 30th Birthday I thought I’d go through the archives and find some of my favorite posts about her, from her, or that having something she did that made me nutty. My favorite post is from 2 long years ago when I declared that My Wife was My Greatest Asset How

What is the Difference Between a Condo and Co-Op?

The difference between a Condominium (Condo) and Cooperative Corporation (Co-Op) is often confused, however, the difference is relatively easy to understand.  First and foremost it should be noted that the difference has nothing to do with how the building looks.  If the difference between the two has nothing to do with how the units look,

How Does this Quote from The Fountainhead Make you Feel?

How Does this Quote from The Fountainhead Make you Feel?

After way too long I finally finished The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.  It took me forever since I only really read when on vacation, and the book clocks in at over 700 pages.  I really liked the book and plan on re-reading it one day, but closing in on the last 100 pages or so

What Can John Wooden Teach us about Stock Analysis?

What Can John Wooden Teach us about Stock Analysis?

There are two major ways to evaluate stocks: fundamental analysis and technical analysis.  Wait, how does this apply to the legend John Wodden?   In honor of the late John Wooden, this week’s lesson is to work on your fundamentals. Groan.  Stop whining. This isn’t difficult. Fundamental analysis means assessing a company’s financial statements: taking the