Money Fail: Dead End Job

The biggest Money Fail I can possibly think of is for someone to work their entire life for low wages at dead-end jobs. […]

Money Fail: Broke on Thursday

Last month, I went out to dinner with a group of people and someone hit me up to float their meal.  It was Thursday night and they were broke.  Thankfully, I had plenty of cash with me, so it wasn’t a problem.  I have been there myself a number of times and I know how […]

How Has Buy-and-Hold Survived So Long?

I’m not a Buy-and-Holder. I believe that Yale Economics Professor Robert Shiller’s research has shown Buy-and-Hold to be a gravely flawed strategy and that Valuation-Informed Indexing (which teaches that investors must change their stock allocations in response to big valuation swings) is far more sensible and effective approach. […]

Failure and Greed of American CEOs

This week, I read on The Daily Ticker that 25 of the top 100 highest paid CEOs had higher salaries than their company paid in federal income taxes. I don’t know what is more ridiculous, that companies paid their CEOs so much or they paid so little in taxes. […]