The $300 Giveaway Weekly Thank You

Every Sunday I thank those bloggers who linked to a post of mine because they really liked it OR accepted my post to their carnival. However, first thing is first, Gene from StoopidSuccess is giving away $300 on May 15th and with 14 ways to enter everyone should head over and enter for free money!Continue Reading

Becareful When Picking Mutual Fund Based on its Name

I am being forced to change my online broker due to some ridiculous new regulations within my company and in researching new online brokers I came across a ridiculous named Mutual Fund.  As you may know I am pretty much obsessed with creating a dividend based portfolio and so in doing my research to findContinue Reading

My First Experience With Being an Entrepreneur?

A lot of people talk about their first “job” and what they learned from it, or starting their first “full fledged” business, but I rarely read online people’s first experience with starting “something” for profit.  I am talking more grassroots…the “quasi” business.  The idea that you are creating value that someone is going to purchaseContinue Reading

Why Investment Services or Subscriptions Probably Don’t Make Sense to Purchase

I have a friend of a friend who works for a hedge fund and whenever I have a few drinks with him I try to understand what he does.  From what I can gather he has created an algorithm that tells him when to buy and sell stocks, derivatives and currencies on a large scale. Continue Reading

My Journey to Millions Around the Web 4-10-11

I wanted to take a moment to thank those bloggers who were cool enough to link to me this past week either because they thought my post was awesome or if they chose me to appear in a carnival they were hosting: One of my favorite bloggers, The Financial Blogger liked my post on tryingContinue Reading

Has ‘Save! Save! Save!’ replaced ‘Spend! Spend! Spend!’?

It was only a few years ago that many people seemed to have espoused a ‘Spend! Spend! Spend!’ mentality whereby items would be bought on credit, often with little regard as to how or when they would actually be paid for. But new research in the UK and the US has found that there mayContinue Reading