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Financial Proverbs 1.0

One of the easiest, most effective ways to learn about any subject is by purveying available proverbs for bite-sized snippets of wisdom. I am hoping to share additional proverbs as time goes on with each of these posts featuring around three apiece. “Wealth is lost in three generations.”...
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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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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 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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If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em

There has long been a love-hate relationship between consumers and businesses. While consumers want the comforts they enjoy from the products they purchase, they often feel like businesses are “sticking it to them” and reaping outsized profits. The most reviled companies are often those that charge recurring fees....
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Turbulent Markets

If you’ve been following the stock market for the past week, you’ve surely noticed the turbulence. Otherwise steady companies have seen their valuations oscillate by +2% day over day. For the unprepared investor, these can be spooky times as it all begs the question of whether one should...
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Trade Less and Make More

As humans we’ve learned that to do well at something, we need to be constantly working at it. Surely you’ve heard that Practice Makes Perfect. Whether you’d like to learn the guitar, play tennis, build lasting and meaningful relationships, the key is often steady work and attention to...
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