The Relationship Between Cost And Efficiency

The Relationship Between Cost And Efficiency

Does Efficiency Always Save Money? A general consensus would most likely agree that efficiency is cost-effective, in a good way. There are a plethora of products and services marketed who use their efficiency as a selling point, so why would we assume an opposing statement? Contrary to popular belief, efficiency can cause the complete opposite

What is SIPC? Stanford Case Set to Challenge What is Eligible

Anyone with some type of broker account has seen the term, “Insured by SIPC” but what does that mean? Is it like your bank account being FDIC Insured? In short, No.  The “I” in SIPC is often confused for insurance, but it actually stands for Investor. The Securities Investor Protection Corporation otherwise known as SIPC

Responding to When Someone Calls you Cheap

The other day I was talking to a buddy and he called me cheap.  It wasn’t anywhere near the first time that this happened, nor will it be the last.  I don’t usually take much offense because I am comfortable with myself and my spending habits, but for whatever reason this simple conversation got me to thinking

April 2012 Net Worth Update – Finally Doubled Up!

When I first started my zero net worth experiment I was curious how long it would take me to double my net worth.  Well, as the title indicates, 13 or so months later I finally did it!  As a reminder on January 18, 2011 I took my positive net worth and made it zero.  This

If You Can’t Beat Them Join Them

If you believe that the rich get richer, why not just invest in them instead of against them? I am not talking about your next door neighbor with a couple German cars and a 45 foot boat…I am talking about investing with Billionaires! How? by following the Billionaire Index.  Created by Dr. Joel Shulman, C.F.A.,