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Jan 232015

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to get stock tips or have investing ideas delivered to your email. I’m also on The Twitter.Thanks for visiting!Tweet Normally when it comes to the world of investing, YOUR BOY Nelly follows a similar pattern. Finds undervalued stock Does research, including writing down my thoughts for y’all Buys some, but also keeps some dry powder just in case it drops more Patiently twiddles thumbs until it goes up Sell when it hits the target price Step 4 is the hard part, Read More […]

Jan 212015

Tweet Every week, the Globe and Mail features some family in need of financial planning advice. The submissions are usually pretty straightforward. Retirement questions are common, especially trying to figure out if a couple has enough to make it happen. Younger folks generally ask about buying a house, especially in overvalued markets like Toronto or Vancouver. And so on. But last week’s submission takes the cake. It is the greatest thing I have ever read. No time for more preamble, there’s a lot of mocking up ahead. (Edit: it has Read More […]

Jan 192015

Tweet Because hey, we haven’t done one of these in a while. I’ve had a busy last few weeks, heading back from Korea to Canada to see the family, take care of a few things, and mostly to skirt Korean immigration laws. FINE KOREA I’LL LEAVE WHEN YOU WANT ME TO GEEZ. It’s a good think you have the power to punish me. If you ever have the longing desire to feel wanted, go back home after being gone for a few months, especially if you still have lots of Read More […]

Jan 152015

Tweet As they say, history often repeats itself. Hitler is literally being born again as you read this. Try and act surprised in about 40 years. A lot people turn to historical trends when it comes to solving problems. At work, you talk to the old crusty guy who was around back when Agnes was typing up crap on a typewriter. When faced with all sorts of problems, folks under 40 ask their parents because apparently they know it all. Even new parents consult books written by doctors and other Read More […]

Jan 132015

Tweet Because I’ve already pissed off debt bloggers, The Simple Dollar, index investors, my girlfriend 18 times today, 52% of the population of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and everyone’s ears when I belt out You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift, why not include life insurance agents on the list? You know the expression “everything looks like a nail when all you have is a hammer?” That’s exactly how folks who sell life insurance are. I’ve met some of these people and they’re all generally pretty nice, but the fact remains that Read More […]

Jan 082015

Tweet Oh hey, it’s the Financial Uproar fund of FUN. Are you all literally grinning like this guy right now? Okay, maybe not. When we last visited the Uproar Fund, the value of it had declined approximately 1%, on account of it only having three positions and being approximately 75% cash. That’s slowly changing, as you’ll see. I’m rapidly getting to the point where the fund only has 60% cash. It’s so exciting. Let’s go through each holding individually, taking a closer look at each individually. The results are as Read More […]

Jan 052015

Tweet For the last 4 years, I’ve hosted some of the best personal finance/investing blogs (and Financial Uproar) for a little stock picking contest. I once promised chips to the winner, but like that ever happened. So instead they get a ridiculously terrible prize, like a slightly used tube of Aim Toothpaste, specifically the one I keep around to clean my headlights. We had our first lady winner of the contest last year, once and for all proving to all the men’s rights advocates that it’s officially no longer a Read More […]

Jan 022015

Tweet If you still want to enter the 2015 version of the contest, send me an email or scroll up to the ‘contact me’ link on the toolbar. There’s still time. Open to anyone who wants in. Back in January, I asked some of the finest personal finance and investing blogs (and Financial Uproar) to participate in a stock picking contest. The rules were simple — they’d send me 4 top stock picks and pictures of themselves attempting to ride large dogs like a horse. I have very specific fetishes. Read More […]

Dec 312014

Tweet It’s New Year’s Eve Eddie, which is exactly the same as regular Eddie.  Last week (sort of) we were introduced to the three distinct personalities within a small business owner: the Technician, Manager, and Entrepreneur. This was based on Michael Gerber’s immensely popular book The E-Myth Revisited. I espoused the sentiment that once the Technician and Manager roles have been sufficiently cultivated, one should grow and develop the Entrepreneur, which is difficult given the paucity of useful references and the glut of vacuous PF blogs. The Entrepreneur is arguably the Read More […]

Dec 292014

Tweet Because those of us who write a lot of stuff are inevitably lazy, you’re likely seeing a lot of 2015 predictions come forth. “Why X stock will be ZOMG in 2015!” “Why oil will continue to be weak in 2015!” “Why Y stock will continue to suck in 2015!” Let me tell you guys a secret. In today’s world of click-baity headlines and short attention spans, most people can’t even be bothered to read an entire 600 word article. The internet is full of so much stuff that we Read More […]