I received a message from Jason in Galveston, Texas that I’ve decided to expound upon in this post. Austin asked, “I finally saved up close to $1000… Read more “How to Invest $1000”
10 Things the Poor Do that the Rich don’t.
I don’t necessarily like poking fun or making light of the plight of the poor. They have enough issues already. Poverty, as I’ve explained before is due… Read more “10 Things the Poor Do that the Rich don’t.”
Financing a Car is for Idiots
It really is, in fact I list it as one of my top 5 dumbest financial mistakes you can make (along with credit cards, AR loans, continually… Read more “Financing a Car is for Idiots”
Debt is Cancer
“Debt ladies and gentlemen, is cancer” is what my friend Dave said at a personal finance seminar I spoke at several years ago. Dave is an extremely… Read more “Debt is Cancer”
What’s your motivation?
I’ve spent the last couple of weeks at my cabin in Jackson Hole. I try to get out here 3-4 times a year and this time I… Read more “What’s your motivation?”
My technique for curbing impulse purchases
We’ve all been in that situation. You’re out shopping and you’re in (insert trendy retail store) looking at (insert overpriced item) and for some strange reason the… Read more “My technique for curbing impulse purchases”
What John Wayne taught me about Class
A year after I moved to Newport Beach I was eating at a local restaurant with a business partner. The restaurant was a local hotspot for the… Read more “What John Wayne taught me about Class”
Common House Flipping Mistakes
A main problem I see with new flippers is they flip based off a budget instead of a neighborhood. Let me illustrate this with a story. A… Read more “Common House Flipping Mistakes”
Be the Person the Pries Coins off the Ground
This is the excerpt for your very first post.