Haven’t updated the blog for nearly two years. I think it’s a pretty confusing time in the financial history of the world, more so than usual. Don’t want to add to the noise and am merely observing the chaos. I bet there’s more to come.
With today being the pre-election week, watching the markets a little closer than I normally do these days.
Hope you’re making money out there in the circus.
One of those things we all know (duh! eyeroll), but then we get careless, get busy or simply forget. Here’s a great refresher on online security from Questrade:
Fraud and Scams
It’s that time of year again,… time to pull the hair out trying to find just the right gifts for my clients, and to sign cards with meaningful messages. In my search for gift ideas I came across this essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson (yep, lived and died in 1800’s), called “Gifts”. The very first sentence amazed me in a way we’re usually surprised to find that people in the past had lived through, and felt similar things as we are:
It is said that the world is in a state of bankruptcy, that the world owes the world more than the world can pay, and ought to go into chancery, and be sold.
Everything happens in cycles within cycles, and humanity keeps on ticking. We keep on living. That is my gift to you for the holidays 🙂 – hope that no matter how crazy things seem right now, know that you will prevail.
~ Happy Holidays ~
P.S. Still accepting suggestions for business gift ideas
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I’ve mentioned Harriman House before. They sell trading and investing books, and today they’re having a mad sale: 12 offers in 12 hours, 1 book per hour.
They’re offering well-known titles at, like, $5 for the eBook version.
Winter Sale link