Don’t Confuse Speculation with Investing. Crypto Currencies… GET out!
Business / Financial / Investing / Private Equity / Scams

Don’t Confuse Speculation with Investing. Crypto Currencies… GET out!

Tulips come to mind! Generally considered the first speculative “bubble”, investors and common folk alike bought into the never ending rise of tulip bulb prices way back in @1637 A.D. Yes, this is as relevant today and a lesson to be learned. It was coined “Tulip Mania”, where prices rose exponentially and deviated from any … Continue reading

Dealing with Aging Parents and Finance
Family Loans / Financial / Lending / Loaning to family members / Saving for retirement

Dealing with Aging Parents and Finance

The subject is like walking through a mine field; blindfolded. I am sure all people have an opinion ranging from idealistic views of childhood sitcoms to heart breaking dramas and horror stories. I want to talk to the people who have to support their parent or parents, and not all you trust fund kids or … Continue reading

Jimmy Walker… Dyn-o-mite!!!
Business / Capitalism / Entrepreneurship / Financial / Innovation / Investing / Leadership / Solutions

Jimmy Walker… Dyn-o-mite!!!

No, not the 1970s Television Comedian, Jimmie J.J. Walker, the professional golfer who is on fire for the last two years. First, let me set the record straight, I am not a golfer. My last round involved a green ball and a miniature windmill for a free game. Those of you who follow my blog … Continue reading

Peeling back the onion… what we can all learn from this?
Business / Entrepreneurship / Financial / Goals / Self Improvement / Self Preservation / Success

Peeling back the onion… what we can all learn from this?

After the recent news of the loss and suicide of one of the most adored, talented and funniest comedians of our time, Robin Williams, I find myself, like so many others, thinking… how could this happen? After all… he made us all laugh. He made us all cry.  He made us all ”connect”! Money, fame, … Continue reading

Two weeks in—how to make your 2014 New Year’s Resolutions stick
Family Loans / Financial / Goals / Private Equity / Saving for retirement / Wealth

Two weeks in—how to make your 2014 New Year’s Resolutions stick

I thought I’d wait a couple of weeks to make sure that this article was relevant. We have all made our New Year’s resolutions of self improvement in life, work, love, and finance. With a high probability, these self-imposed goals are a distant memory or on “tomorrow we start” to do list. So how can … Continue reading