Student Loan Roundup: House Votes to Extend Low Rates on Federal Student Loans

As the week winds down, I felt the need to comment on the House voting to extend low interest rates for federally-backed student loans and compile a few snippets. Look, this is great. I’m glad that somebody is trying to help the people out there struggling with their loans and who will struggle once they … Read more

Why I Believe Entrepreneurship is the Way to Go

“It’s not about how many years of experience you have. It’s about the quality of your years of experience.” – Jacob Cass  Read that quote again – Generation Y. Now, once more. Do you understand? It’s the old cliché – QUALITY over QUANTITY! This is why I firmly believe entrepreneurship is the direction the United … Read more

Plan on Investing in the Stock Market? You Might Want to Read “Market Whipped” by J.E. Foltz First …

Do you know what the MMORPG is?  What about the Dark Side? Can you identify the major players?  Any idea as to why the United States Government can be considered a “Game Master” when it comes to the stock market?  Put it this way – if you aspire to invest in the stock market (quite … Read more

Don’t Let Excessive Pride Sink Your Ship

One hundred years ago today, the unsinkable ship sunk. One hundred years ago today, 1,500 people perished because of mishaps that occurred due to excessive pride. I’ve always been fascinated by the Titanic, the Hindenburg, and events that surround these types of human accomplishments. It was particularly interesting to me how The History Press gave … Read more

Hey Gen Y: Stop Playing the Victim Card and Get Over It!

I’m sick and tired of the ridiculous line that members of my generation need help from the government, their families, or anybody but the person that stares back at them in the mirror to succeed. I get annoyed seeing articles like this one from US News & World Report that talk of how frustrated my … Read more