Risk

I’ve been slacking lately, but it’s time to get regular again! Today we talk about an important topic that as we’ll see, we all don’t really understand well: risk. Consider this anecdote from the amazing book Freakonomics. An 8 year old girl has two friends that she likes to hang out with. Her parents know that … Continue reading "Risk"

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April Expenses and Bloomberg Personal Finance

Another month in the books. I’m going to make the financial update brief, because it was a typical month with nothing super exciting money-wise. Then I’ll talk about something more interesting. As for the future of these financial updates, I think I’ll go through a full 12 months, which should happen at the conclusion of … Continue reading "April Expenses and Bloomberg Personal Finance"

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On Hair Removal and the Greatest Investment Ever

Today I will share with you, completely free of charge, the highest returning investment I’ve ever made. This investment is so good, it blows the stock market out of the water. Rivaled only by the meteoric (and short-lived) cryptocurrency bubble of 2018, this investment continues to produce its spectacular return. In fact, this return in guaranteed, … Continue reading "On Hair Removal and the Greatest Investment Ever"

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My Financial Transformation Started on a Napkin

When a good friend and a prolific writer (read: articles in the NYT and previous internships at major newspapers like it’s no big deal) offered to write a guest post for the blog, I was thrilled. Reading the post below did not disappoint. Robbie shares his philosophy on money and goal-making, distilling the details down … Continue reading "My Financial Transformation Started on a Napkin"

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