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Stocks/Options/Futures

Buy The Rumor and Sell The News

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017

If you ask 10 people why the market is going up you will receive 10 different answers.  It appears that the market is breaking through ceilings despite the technical indicators,...

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Tax Liens/Deeds/Real Estate

Tips For Financing Your Property Tax

Posted by on Jan 18, 2017

Numerous foreclosures suggest that cities and states do not get the residential or commercial property taxes they require streaming into their coffers, and they experience a...

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Business

Involve Me and I Learn

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017

Years ago I heard the old Chinese proverb, “Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I may remember, Involve me and I learn.”  I was blessed with an excellent memory, so I didn’t quite...

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General

Wealth Is Not For Everyone

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017

Daily I see and hear people, especially politicians, talking about financial equality.  First of all what is financial equality? And secondly, there is no such thing, regardless of...

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Recent Posts

Tax Sales – 3 Things You Need To Know

Tax Sales – 3 Things You Need To Know

Jan 18, 2017

Counties around the country live and die by property taxes.  They rely on those taxes to pay for schools, firefighter, police, etc.  When property owners have residential, or commercial, properties on which they can no longer maintain the property taxes, regional (county) and federal governments will put these properties up for auction. The reality is that...

The VIX Uncertainty

The VIX Uncertainty

Jan 12, 2017

For a few years we have been discussing how manipulated the market has become and how unreliable it is to follow the past.  Don’t get me wrong, we are not throwing out everything and starting from scratch.  It’s just that suspending common sense and trading on market sense now requires extra patience. For the past 10 years or so it was understood that the VIX...

Debt: Good v Bad

Debt: Good v Bad

Jan 6, 2017

Our lives have been bombarded with financial experts preaching, “… debt is bad, debt is bad, debt is bad.” Saying that debt is bad is like saying fire is bad and you should never use it.  Just like anything in life if you misuse the greatest of things it will be bad for you. How our educational system has failed generations of Americans and people around the...

Pattern Day Trading Rule

Pattern Day Trading Rule

Jan 5, 2017

Rules, rules, rules.  One of the SEC rules concerns the ability of the everyday trader to manage his/her own money.  The rule states that if you have less than $25,000 in your trading account then your trading will be limited to only 3 trades every 5 business days. So long as you stay below the 3 trades every 5 days then your account will be labeled as a...

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