We discuss a variety of topics including “how to think” re Biden’s policies; the “why” of raising taxes; and Lam’s recent experience with the NBA’s NFT, non-fungible token.
We discuss how-to-think when it comes to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency
Where should govt involvement stop…should govt be telling a business it must pay a bonus to employees?
We discuss what happened with GameStop (GME), and how to take action going forward.
A variety of subjects: Job titles; censorship; Electric Vehicle sector.
We discuss the importance of “who” you listen to. Are you drawn to them becuz they’re in your same situation….or….is it becuz they have already achieved what you’re you are trying to do. Be wary when someone is proclaimed to be an “expert”; an expert according to “who”?
What impact will Trump or Biden have on the stock market? We discuss what to expect and watch for pre-election and post-election.
What should someone consider when trading high-flier stocks, a current example is Tesla (TSLA)?
Fans of hands-off index investing speak of earning 8 to 10% on average; they claim "Buffett says it is the way to go". yet 20 years ago, Warren Buffett guaranteed he could make 50% on a million dollars in the stock market. We talk about how it can be done.
Covid-induced market volatility has created a new breed of stock trader, enticed by seemingly easy money, and by the visual rewards of RobinHood...is this the new reality?
Does racism exist in the stock market?
Warren Buffett is pro-America! Does a bear market mean go find a job? Heck No!! Opportunities are more plentiful than ever before; we talk about how Covid19 impacts debt and customers (tenants)
We recorded this on day one of the big market plunge; we discuss the "how to think"; how to recognize; and how to prepare around major news events.
Applying the "how to think" mindset around events like Kobe Bryant's death and the Corona virus outbreak; we also discuss the financial samurai going back to work
We talk about the three secrets to achieving success in the stock market, and in anything.
Education or Ignorance...which is more costly? Common to witness people who hesitate to spend $ on self-education but will gladly commit to a large 48-month car loan...and then they complain that they can never get ahead...
There's been a lot of talk lately about the new IPOs that have hit the market in the past year or so. We talk about the successful strategy that we have used with our IPO investing; we talk about which IPOs are the best to invest in, and which to avoid...both in today's environment as well as in the future.
When listening to an “expert”, you must discern if they’re telling you a fact or an opinion. It’s fine to make an investing decision on either, but do not confuse a fact with an opinion. An article on cnbc.com, from 10/1/19, titled Real Estate is Still The Best Investment You Can Make Today…”includes comments from Barbara Corcoran of the Corcoraan Group and Shark Tank; Bethenny Frankel of Skinnygirl; Grant Cordone; Peter Hernandez, Holly Parker, and Dottie Herman of Douglas Elliman; Daniel Lesniak; and Robert Hernandez. We dissect the facts and opinions while comparing r/e investing to stock market investing.
We discuss a real-life example of someone’s stock market results and how that was due to their mindset; We contrast their “thinking” to that of someone who can get distracted by outside interests.
How you handle debt impacts your FICO score; more importantly, it affects your "reputation" score with those who might later invest with you or in you.
Perhaps FIRE should stand for Focus on Investments and Reduce Expenses, allows you to retire early. We talk about the mindset that is required, along with some simple steps that are needed to reach freedom.
We talk about the unexpected challenges that you'll face in early retirement. They're easily addressable if you'll simply think about them BEFORE you walk away from your j.o.b.
We talk about what it takes to develop the work ethic required to achieve any objective.
Should you focus on the stock market or the economy? We talk about an easy way to differentiate the two, and we do it using words that everybody understands!