Category Archives: Investments

Comparing Some Market Caps of New School vs Old School Companies

I was talking to a buddy of mine in my investment club about the decision whether to sell one of our holdings.  While the content of the discussion (another growth vs. value discussion) was interesting unto itself, there was something that came out of it that caught my immediate attention – market cap of “new… Continue Reading

The Most Depressing and Inspiring Investment Calculator Ever Created

A blogger buddy of mine, PK from Don’t Quit Your Day Job (DQYDJ), is not only smart enough to be able to understand complex financial concepts/statistics, but he is also able to program calculators and interactive programs around that data.  All in all it looks like he has 30+ different interactive programs ranging from investment… Continue Reading

Buying Investment Property: Create an LLC or Do Business as an Individual?

  According to a survey conducted for The Wall Street Journal, limited liability corporations (LLC) or trusts purchase over one-fourth of all properties valued at $5 million or more. Once the property value exceeds $10 million, LLCs purchase the property nearly 100 percent of the time. In addition to protecting the owner’s personal assets in… Continue Reading