Tag Archives: leverage

Dec 2015 Fiscal Update – Another Great Year

No Santa Clause Rally The economy is struggling. The bad news is my net worth dropped a little in the last month of the year. But the good news is it still managed to climb higher overall in 2015, so that’s a relief. 🙂 *Side Incomes: Part-Time Work = $1100 Dividends = $600 Interest = $200 *Discretionary Spending: Fun = $900 (holiday shopping)… Read More »

How to Make $75 a Year with TransCanada Corp – TRP stock analysis

Investing in Energy Infrastructure – TransCanada Corporation Pipe dreams can come true. We just have to find the right pipeline company to make it happen. 🙂 In today’s post I’ll explain how to earn a tangible profit in the stock market with minimal effort and risk. And the best part is we don’t need any savings to do this. 😉… Read More »

China’s Stock Market Volatility

You’ve probably heard on the news about the stock market correction in China. Last year, Chinese stocks experienced huge gains and surged more than 140%. Oh my Buddha, that’s insane! 😯 But since June 2015, the market has dropped by almost a third in value. Some people in the media claim this is some sort of catastrophic event comparing it to the… Read More »

Adaptability

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.”― Leon C. Megginson Change is inevitable, unless the vending machine is broken. 😀 When things don’t go quite the way we want them to it’s tempting to want to change the system. But it’s often more favorable to just change ourselves than… Read More »