Month: January 2007

January 30, 2007 – Many people have asked me what exactly is the long tail of investment strategies because that is what I advocate as the best and safest way to make huge gains in the stock market. I have…

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Significantly Improve Your Returns with Self-Reliance

January 28, 2007 – Most people when they read the above answer will think I’m crazy. In fact, I know a lot of people that told me they handed their money over to a firm after trying to manage their…

January 25, 2007 – Well this week’s casual Friday Blog is not so much a blog about investing & martial arts as it is a blog about the investing & the film The Matrix. The Matrix is one of my…

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Dollar Denominated Bonds Faltering

January 25, 2007 – Just two weeks ago, on January 7th, I wrote a blog called “10 Reasons Why Dollar Denominated Bonds Aren’t as Safe as You Think”. This afternoon, on the U.S. markets, MarketWatch reported a sell off of…

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If You Don’t Own Gold Stocks, You Need To

January 25, 2007 – This past week, I saw a professional newsletter that stated that there was almost nothing good to buy right now. That most major markets including leading emerging markets in China and India were overbought and that…

January 23, 3007 – Just taking a contrarian position all the time doesn’t mean that you will be right. It takes a much deeper understanding that can be achieved by utilizing the proper information channels that are now available as…

January 21, 2007 – Defined within the realm of the statistical Bell Curve, the long tail would reside in the skinny tail at the borders. The long tail, in regards to goods and services, refers to the evolution away from…

January 19, 2007 – I know that J.S. has blogged several times about Miyamoto Musashi, arguably the most famous samurai ever. I’m going to write about him as well in this article to illustrate the difference between the typical mindset…

January 18, 2007 – Most financial consultants that work for a large global investment firm need about U.S. $50 million of assets under management to make a decent living in a metropolitan region. Using this as a benchmark, let’s break…

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