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A Brief History of Options

  • March 16th, 2012

Around 350 B.C.E.

The first known option buyer in the world was the Greek mathematician […]

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16 03, 2012

The Three Laws of Wealth

There are three laws of wealth and they’re essentially just like the laws of physics, the same laws that guide our universe. And they are indeed […]

16 03, 2012

A Brief History of Options

  • March 16th, 2012

Around 350 B.C.E.

The first known option buyer in the world was the Greek mathematician Thales of Miletus.

One year he predicted that the season’s olive harvest would […]

1 03, 2017

6 Steps to Avoiding Trading Scams

  • March 1st, 2017

It is very tempting to create an extensive list of specific option subscription services that I fully believe are obvious scams, but instead it might be […]

29 09, 2016

Business Development Companies (BDC’s)

  • September 29th, 2016

A Business Development Company (also known as a BDC) is a public corporation that invests in small and mid sized companies through the use of loans […]

11 04, 2016

Realty Income Corporation (O)

  • April 11th, 2016

Dividend Payers:
O @ $61.24
Realty Income Corporation (O)

This is a R.E.I.T (Real Estate Investment Trust) and it pays an unqualified dividend.

This is best held on a ROTH […]

27 01, 2016

How Does Auto Trading Work Part 2

  • January 27th, 2016

Auto-trading removes the ever present human element from stock trading. Whereas a human may take 5mins to execute a single trade, an auto-trading program will execute […]

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The Three Laws of Wealth

There are three laws of wealth and they’re essentially just like the laws of physics, the same laws that guide our universe. And they are indeed laws, not suggestions in any way, shape or […]

A Brief History of Options

  • March 16th, 2012

Around 350 B.C.E.

The first known option buyer in the world was the Greek mathematician Thales of Miletus.

One year he predicted that the season’s olive harvest would be much larger than usual.

During the growing season, […]

  • 6 Steps to Avoiding Trading Scams

6 Steps to Avoiding Trading Scams

  • March 1st, 2017

It is very tempting to create an extensive list of specific option subscription services that I fully believe are obvious scams, but instead it might be a better idea to draw up a checklist […]

  • Business Development Companies (BDC’s)

Business Development Companies (BDC’s)

  • September 29th, 2016

A Business Development Company (also known as a BDC) is a public corporation that invests in small and mid sized companies through the use of loans or in some cases equity.

Typically the BDC is […]

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The Three Laws of Wealth

There are three laws of wealth and they’re essentially just like the laws of physics, the same laws that guide our universe. And they are indeed laws, not suggestions in any way, shape or form.

These three Laws of Wealth are actually surprisingly simple, but they’re not easy and they demand discipline from those adhering to them. And because they are […]

A Brief History of Options

  • March 16th, 2012

Around 350 B.C.E.

The first known option buyer in the world was the Greek mathematician Thales of Miletus.

One year he predicted that the season’s olive harvest would be much larger than usual.

During the growing season, Thales approached the owners of the presses and asked them to sell him the right to use the olive presses during the harvest season. Thales agreed […]

  • 6 Steps to Avoiding Trading Scams

6 Steps to Avoiding Trading Scams

  • March 1st, 2017

It is very tempting to create an extensive list of specific option subscription services that I fully believe are obvious scams, but instead it might be a better idea to draw up a checklist of what you should try to avoid when picking a subscription. It pays to be proactive instead of reactive sometimes, and allows you, the consumer, to […]

  • Business Development Companies (BDC’s)

Business Development Companies (BDC’s)

  • September 29th, 2016

A Business Development Company (also known as a BDC) is a public corporation that invests in small and mid sized companies through the use of loans or in some cases equity.

Typically the BDC is looking to invest in a company that will grow rapidly and profitably.  Obviously the idea is to grow the investment.  Generally the BDC makes loans to […]

  • Realty Income Corporation (O)

Realty Income Corporation (O)

  • April 11th, 2016

Dividend Payers:
O @ $61.24
Realty Income Corporation (O)

This is a R.E.I.T (Real Estate Investment Trust) and it pays an unqualified dividend.

This is best held on a ROTH IRA.

Don’t let the 3.91% dividend yield fool you. This stock has never missed a dividend and they raise the dividend every year. Plus they pay monthly. Put this on a drip to take advantage […]

16 03, 2012

The Three Laws of Wealth

There are three laws of wealth and they’re essentially just like the laws of physics, the same laws that guide our universe. And they are indeed laws, not suggestions in any way, shape or form.

These three Laws of Wealth are actually surprisingly simple, but they’re not easy and they demand discipline from those adhering to them. And because they are […]

16 03, 2012

A Brief History of Options

  • March 16th, 2012

Around 350 B.C.E.

The first known option buyer in the world was the Greek mathematician Thales of Miletus.

One year he predicted that the season’s olive harvest would be much larger than usual.

During the growing season, Thales approached the owners of the presses and asked them to sell him the right to use the olive presses during the harvest season. Thales agreed […]

1 03, 2017

6 Steps to Avoiding Trading Scams

  • March 1st, 2017

It is very tempting to create an extensive list of specific option subscription services that I fully believe are obvious scams, but instead it might be a better idea to draw up a checklist of what you should try to avoid when picking a subscription. It pays to be proactive instead of reactive sometimes, and allows you, the consumer, to […]

29 09, 2016

Business Development Companies (BDC’s)

  • September 29th, 2016

A Business Development Company (also known as a BDC) is a public corporation that invests in small and mid sized companies through the use of loans or in some cases equity.

Typically the BDC is looking to invest in a company that will grow rapidly and profitably.  Obviously the idea is to grow the investment.  Generally the BDC makes loans to […]

11 04, 2016

Realty Income Corporation (O)

  • April 11th, 2016

Dividend Payers:
O @ $61.24
Realty Income Corporation (O)

This is a R.E.I.T (Real Estate Investment Trust) and it pays an unqualified dividend.

This is best held on a ROTH IRA.

Don’t let the 3.91% dividend yield fool you. This stock has never missed a dividend and they raise the dividend every year. Plus they pay monthly. Put this on a drip to take advantage […]

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