Build Your Own Pension Plan

Over the years I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity to speak to and interact with many people and gain from their perspective. I’ve always been fascinated to observe how some people are able to take a challenging situation and turn it into a positive while others take...
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The Purge, Update

Simple living is the key to a successful life. The more things we own, the more cluttered our lives become. Holding onto items, relationships, and baggage that no longer serve a functional purpose is a sign of poor constitution. Life is best experienced with an eye to building...
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Get Paid Selling Options

The most common method for making money in the stock market is to buy low and sell high. That’s what you’ll hear from even the common person walking the street who has never held a share. Our preferred method for earning a living around here is called Dividend...
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The Purge

What is the purpose of material possession? Why do we hold onto things we haven’t used in years? What is our emotional attachment to stuff? I’ve started this year off with a healthy dose of questioning. The process of setting goals for the next twelve months has helped me...
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Take a Penny, Leave a Penny

I was just cleaning out the change in my car’s console and came across a penny; something that has finally been mostly filtered out of my change drawers and entirely removed from the coinage system of Canada. I poked around a bit online and discovered that we were...
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Super Bowl Economics

I love sports. Team sports, individual sports, any kind. I believe there’s something beautiful about the competitive spirit and two entities facing off to establish dominance. This weekend, the National Football League features a clash of true titans as the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks face off...
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The Closer You Look

Following the stock market closely over the past few months, we have seen many different factors in play that seem to be influencing the global economy. Whether we’re talking about the rapid decline in oil prices, central banks running the printing presses, or earnings releases from individual companies, there...
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Recently Interviewed

One of the greatest joys of maintaining this website is the ability to share our vision with others. Prior to starting on this journey, we were spreading our message literally person to person on a word-of-mouth basis in our local area. Now that we have this platform, we...
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2015 Goals

With 2014 squarely in the books, it is time to consider our plans for the New Year. While it can seem arbitrary to choose a date such as the beginning of January to take on the task of goal-setting, it nevertheless provides an opportunity to look forward. There...
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