Today we wanted to share some of our favorite financial resources! Financial Samurai A witty blog that details the ins and outs of early retirement, living in high priced markets, obtaining geographical investment arbitrage in middle America and the true cost of raising a family today. Simon Black Sovereign Man This one is for
If you’re like most Americans, one of the objectives of being wealthy is so that your family can be taken care of for generations. Unfortunately, many amass great wealth only to have it decimated one or two generations later. Thankfully, there is a model which can be followed to prevent such tragedy—the Rockefeller Method. For context, John Rockefeller
The Securities Act of 1933 In 1929, the worst economic downturn in modern history, known as The Great Depression, began. Though there is not one, specific cause, overconfidence from the booming 1920s led everyone--from millionaires to janitors--to buy in on the market. Ordinary people bought stock on easily obtained credit they were unable to pay back.
I love a good heckler. Hecklers force you to have well-thought out rationale for your actions and suggestions. That’s because they often pose good arguments. I’m a fan of free speech and debate for improved clarify and strategy. Here’s the question: Are physical assets a burden or a benefit? In truth they are both. Physical assets can be a