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How To Win In Choppy Markets

We have witnessed an exciting summer on the investing front. Markets have been oscillating between extremes as the banter has continued regarding a potential default in Greece, the Chinese slowdown situation, among other headlines. Today alone witnessed a 1,000 point drop in the Dow which is, as it turns...
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Five Year Plan

My journey to financial independence can be traced back roughly to the year 2006. To my best recollection I was around 19 when I first stumbled across the book, Guide To Getting Rich by Robert Kiyosaki. It is one of Kiyosaki’s lesser-known titles and certainly far less heralded...
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2015 Mid-Year Review: Part II

You can read Part I here. This is the final segment to my Mid-Year Review. In this section I will give an overview of what has taken place with my U.S. stock portfolio. U.S. Companies The Coca-Cola Company (KO): KO is a core holding for my portfolio and...
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2015 Mid-Year Review: Part I

You can read Part II here. With June now firmly in the books and the GRB Anniversary being complete, we are now half-way through twenty-fifteen. As at the beginning of each year it is good practice to take measure of where we have been and where we would...
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Question Everything

How many unquestioned beliefs do you hold? How many unchallenged rules do you keep in your mind that control your behaviour? If you want to Get Rich, you need to question all of them. Why does our society believe clothes need to be washed thoroughly with cleaning detergent...
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Modern Day Slavery

Slavery represents one of the oldest models of ownership. To be a slave is to be under the dominion of another person or entity. This can take many forms and happen for a number of reasons. While slavery in its most known type has been abolished in countries...
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Own Your Financial Freedom

When you’re born into this world, you are taken care of by adults. Your parents or others senior to you take care of your well being and make sure you’re fed, dressed, and given the tools to grow. Somewhere along the way, it’s implied that a person should...
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