I'm reading this book called "The Motley Fool Investment Guide" by David and Tom Gardner. Here are some of my favorite quote from the book. I might do a book review in the coming days. Investment fees are falling, but investment costs are not: Index fund fees are nor zero. That pretty awesome, but the … Continue reading Words of Wisdom from Motley Fool Founders
I love listening to podcasts. It's a flexible way of consuming information. I can listen to it while I'm going to work, while at the gym or while trying to fall asleep. I can listen to it at 2x speed. It's awesome. I think most of them can be found on Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify. My … Continue reading Podcast Recommendations
We just completed binging Tig Notaro prime original show "One Mississippi" and it's pretty good. I have been a fan of Tig's work for a few years now. I think I first saw her on Conan and loved the dry dark humor. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkwOrteyQtY On her approach to comedy (and whether she considers herself a dark comic): … Continue reading One Mississippi
Here is some data for you, from my favorite Morning Brew: Thanksgiving Travel: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly The Good Gasoline prices are going to be at their lowest in nearly a year. The average pump price for a gallon of regular gas this week? $2.62, down seven cents from last week and coming off the … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
This is part 2 of a multi-part beginner series for Why and How to get started investing. I will try to lay down my motivation for investing, tools and practices to find great companies/startups that create enormous value for society and in turn the shareholders. Compounding Eienstine called it the 8th wonder of the world. … Continue reading Investing 101: Why Invest? Part-2