Thursday, November 26, 2015

Worst investing advice ever!

The top ten worst investing advice ever.
The top ten worst investing advice ever.
These days, everyone is an investor and thinks they know more than a thing or two about the market. There isn’t a class you can take in school on how to appropriately manage your finances or clear guidance on when to invest in a 401k, SMA, IRA, CD, ETF, IPO or use a CPA.

It feels at times like you need an adviser for your financial adviser! Because of all this confusion around the acronyms of investing, there has been an embarrassing amount of misguided investment guidance to try to simplify investing to the everyday man.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The Perpetual Money Generator

Perpetual Money Generator Machine
The perpetual money generator in action
What if I told you that there exists a machine that could generate never-ending wealth? Even as you grow older, this machine would continue spitting out more and more money. You could go on vacations, buy groceries, shop for new outfits, yet you’d still have enough money that you would never need to devote a moment worrying about these purchases. Most importantly, you would never need to worry about running out of money again. Talk about some peace of mind!

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Former military homes at Fort Lawton in Seattle’s Discovery Park stand to net developer over $10 million profit

Home in Montana Circle
In February 2015, the US Navy and a subsidiary of Cleveland-based Forest City Enterprises sold the historic homes at Fort Lawton for $10.5 million to Rise Properties Trust, a Canadian based firm that invests in Seattle area real estate.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Safeway is one of the largest American supermarket chains with revenue over $36 billion (2013) and 2,200 locations. Saveway, in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle, WA is not one of those many locations.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Can a pay raise be a bad thing? Absolutely… and here’s how to evaluate your raise.

Pay Raise - Just Ahead

Every year, many employees receive a pay raise or a “merit” increase. Some are even so unlucky as to receive no raise at all. Receiving a raise at first glance appears to be a wonderful thing. You’re bringing home a bigger paycheck, allowing you to buy more of what you want, or to save more for retirement. What could possibly be bad about that?