Author Archives: Evan

Sunday Thank Yous–Airport Edition

I am currently at the airport waiting for my JetBlue flight to board (BTW: Thanks for the free WiFi and outlets) and figured I should take a moment to thank those awesome bloggers that were kind enough to mention My Journey to Millions this past week. My Journey to Millions Featured Around the Web The

How to Invest in a Specific Industry or Technique Without Being Super Wealthy

I was reading the June issue of Registered Rep Magazine this week when I came across two back to back articles about Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) both were pretty shocking just because I apparently don’t know much about the topic.  The first article highlights concentrated ETFs and the second article was about Actively Managed ETFs.  

How Much Interest Do You Pay Monthly?

How Much Interest Do You Pay Monthly?

I can’t believe it has been 19 months since I last determined how much interest I pay to financing companies!  I remember how I felt when I wrote that post, while I understood how amortization loans worked and that financing costs were inevitable it wasn’t until I did the actual calculations that I found how

A Nasty Side Effect of Switching Brokers – Lost Cost Basis Information

I found out a terrible and time consuming problem when I was forced to switch from TradeKing to Fidelity my cost basis does not always transfer!  Imagine my surprise when I signed into my fidelity account and found all my stocks moved over from my mostly dormant TradeKing account, but no Cost Basis Information! Why

My First Father’s Day Weekend, Thanks and LoveDrop

My First Father’s Day Weekend, Thanks and LoveDrop

This past weekend as a busy weekend!  Starting Thursday The Wife’s family, started coming into town for The Son’s Christening.  I think I have mentioned it before, but I am Greek Orthodox (No, I don’t speak the language but wish I did AND No, I don’t know what the hell they are doing over there). 

Open Letter to Congress: Stay Away from Business Credit Cards

I was shocked and then disappointed when I read the title of a recent WSJ article, “Lawmakers Urge Crackdown on Business Cards.”  The Author, Jessica Silver-Greenberg, sums up the request from the usual players in the world of “Americans are too stupid to take care of themselves” A group of four U.S. Senate Democrats, including