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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Tweet Yesterday I went to get a mammogram; the annual “boob smashing” is what I call it. The process isn’t fun so for any of you who haven’t had one, a mammogram basically consists of smashing your breast between two … Continue reading
Tweet My daughter just got her learner’s permit. Drivers everywhere, beware! Last Sunday I let her drive as we ran errands, and she did a remarkably good job for her first time on busy roads. It wasn’t an empty parking lot … Continue reading
Tweet In the last few blog posts, we discussed the danger of the “greed, hope, and fear cycle” (in which people tend to earn below average returns by buying high and selling low) and some ways to overcome it by … Continue reading
Tweet Around the water cooler at the office yesterday, I was congratulating one of my co-workers on her child’s second birthday. It seems like yesterday when she was pregnant, went into labor a few weeks early at work and we … Continue reading
Tweet It was pointed out to me recently that I can be quite a geek (fortunately, my girlfriend likes geeks). It was also pointed out that when I was a kid I had to feed my pet dinosaur before I … Continue reading
Tweet Last week, I wrote about some common ways to diversify your investments and make sure you don’t get caught up following the herd into the vicious “greed, hope, and fear” cycle that can lead to buying high and selling … Continue reading
Tweet As more and more of the onus of saving for retirement falls on employees, more and more employers will look for ways to enhance their retirement savings plans. One of the emerging plan features that many employers are adopting … Continue reading