Do you like to argue about the difference between frugal and cheap? Don’t bother. Anything else is a better use of your time than getting wrapped up in this useless debate.read more
We’re collectively obsessed with staying busy, but productivity is hardly the thing separating successful people from non-successful ones.read more
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Financial Uproar is the home of odd investment ideas. And what’s more weird and wacky than deciding to give yourself a loan?
No, that autographed picture on your wall isn’t going to skyrocket in value. Here’s a much better way to invest in collectibles.
This week’s linkfest features 30+ top investing ideas for 2017, me complaining about Alberta’s Carbon Tax, and terrible jokes about farting.
It’s dirty and may make you feel terrible about yourself after. But there are some succulent returns to be made with hard money lending.
Worried about having a stable income stream come retirement time? Take the worry out of your golden years and build your own pension.
The world of investing doesn’t have to be complicated. The world is filled with successful people. All you need to do to get rich is copy them.
The stock picking contest is much expanded in 2017, with a total of 22 different entries. SEE MOM I TOLD YOU I HAD FRIENDS.
Bow before our new GOD, the winner of the 2016 stock picking contest. Oh, and as a group we did pretty good too.
This week’s linkfest talks about minimalism, being a rich renter, a bunch of years in review, virgin Winnie The Pooh, and the trashiest stocks you can imagine.
In lieu of a regular post let’s try something a little different. Go ahead, ask me any question you’d like. Think of it as the lamest version of truth or dare ever.
There’s a local storage business for sale. Help me decide if the return is good enough to compensate for the inherent risks of the industry.
Financial goals are fine and good, but they’re bound to fail if you spread yourself too thin or focus on unimportant stuff. Be smarter about them.
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