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We Wear the Mask

We all want to have the best and the nicest. We all want to believe that we are better off than our friends and family. We want to look at our neighbors and say we are doing better. Well, let me impart some wisdom — there will always be someone richer. Even Bill Gates became […]

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How To Incorporate Riskalyze Into Your Investment Analysis Process

This morning, the New York Times had a great piece discussing the ideas in Daniel Kahneman’s book, Thinking Fast and Slow. It aligns perfectly with the Riskalyze viewpoint on investing. Most behavioral finance experts counsel that for the majority of people, a passive investment approach is the wisest. Devise a portfolio that measures and limits […]

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The Conversation of Money

In America, we have a problem. Our problem is that we believe that money solves all problems. We think the more we make the happier we will be. The more money we give to the poor the better off they will be, the more money we give to government the healthier it will be, or […]

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Walking on a High Wire

I feel like I am walking on a high wire. The markets are continuing their ascent from the October lows where I went 100% long, and the technical indicators seem to be improving by the day with 77% of S&P 500 companies trading above their 200 day moving average. Earnings continue to beat the Street’s […]

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Wealth Intervention: Financial Bin Looking For Contributors For Book On Building Wealth

Hey Everybody, For those that don’t know, the Financial Bin is a personal finance and entrepreneurial media company focused on Generation Y. In November 2011, we released our first book, Entrepreneur Intervention: Triumphs & Failures of Entrepreneurs, where we compiled the stories of 28 entrepreneurs and small business owners as they chronicled the ups and downs […]

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GETTING OUT OF THE PROVERBIAL RAT RACE

If you are like me, you are looking at your parent’s generation, the generation just after them, and at your own and wondering what the hell went wrong. Our parents are going broke in the market. For those that got to retire, they moved to their retirement spot, built their house, and settled in. They […]

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STOCK SUGGESTIONS FOR 2012

So, you have you’re debt paid off and you have your emergency fund done. You have a house and savings plans put in place for vacations, home improvement, and kids. Now, at the bottom of the list, we have gotten to you — 2012 gets to be the year where you begin to build your […]

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HOW POVERTY CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE

As a teacher in the inner city, I see city poverty every day.  My students live in the lowest form of housing, receive the worst food for lunches, and spend their life in dirty clothes.  For the rest of their life, they will suffer from their upbringing.  They feel out of place, worry about running […]

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IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR: CLOSING OUT 2011

We are all doing it at our offices.  It’s time to make sure that when we leave today or tomorrow there is nothing pressing on our desk and no evil surprises to walked back into.  For some reason, though, most of us never remember to close out our personal financial year.  It is so important to follow […]

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