Tag: investing

  • When will I ever learn to have patience when it comes to investing?

    2020 and early 2021 must be the golden times to invest – if you have *just a little bit* of patience. Which I apparently don’t have.  In 2020, had you bought TSLA when it dipped to $300, had you bought BTC when it dipped to $5k, had you bought NIO when it was $3, etc…

  • If you won 1 billion in the lottery, what would you do?

    Interesting question, I heard that there was a single winner of the $1.6 billion Mega Million lottery today. After taxes and taking the lump sum that’s roughly $600 million dollars. That won’t get you into the $1 billion club but that’s a lot of money. Now what I would do is actually very similar to…

  • Worst Financial year ever

    Everything I touch turned to dust this year. I’m still on my anti-depressant medication because otherwise I would have killed myself by now. Seriously. Let’s count the ways. -in Jan, Korea had the crypto premium at 40%. I didn’t make use of the crypto account my gf made for me, and the premium is now…

  • Startup Weekend Toronto

    Edit: looks like these guys are on their way! http://www.vuru.co/ I attended Startup Weekend in Toronto during the weekend. What an experience that was! Met lots of great people, there were lots of great ideas, and everyone was a fellow entrepreneur minded individual like me. Everyone pitches their idea, and then everyone gets together into…

  • How to invest in the stock market

    Ah yes. It’s about time I talk about one of my favorite things to do – invest in the market. It is something that not everyone can do, or knows how to do. I just want to share some of my thoughts and experiences about it so far. I started investing in November 2008 – around…

  • United States real estate market

    Smart people don’t work for money, the money works for them. A few posts back, I mentioned the living costs of California compared to Ontario. Those are based on the assumption that you will rent. Renting is perhaps the least wisest financially, in ways that you live. The money goes to the landlord and you…