I decided to write about GameStop (Herein referred to as GME for it's ticker), and many outlets are reporting it is going under because of the shift into the the online gaming space, which GameStop is reporting as well. This is a prime example where you simply cannot trust news outlets because they simply do … Continue reading GameStop is Failing; Here’s Why.
Among financial experts; it is well known that many people do not have the financial or mental fortitude to cut spending in any capacity to begin their savings strategy. Imagine the below scenario for a moment and see if this resonates with you; even if it does not; stay with me; because I am going … Continue reading Save More Tomorrow
I want to take a minute to apologize for the recent silence. On Saturday 2/02/2019; I had a water pipe break in my house and I have spent a few days dealing with the repercussions of vacuuming 50 gallons of water out of a finished basement. What this has taught me is something I have … Continue reading Catastrophes Happen
Do not worry! There is no complicated math involved with with this. If you recall the post I made on Wednesday; I discussed how I picked up shares of FedEx at bargain prices. Although that specific style is known as "Value Investing" it may be too complicated to explain to the novice investor; don't worry; … Continue reading Dollar Cost Averaging
Fed Ex corporation released guidance yesterday on where their business and financials were headed. Fortunately, for people like me, an opportunistic predator of the stock market; this was excellent news. FedEx has a wide moat so it passes my first test. It also has very large market cap; there goes test 2. Then it was … Continue reading Fed Ex On Sale!
In a previous post; I discussed the role of Moat and how moat can guide you to a golden egg in the best of times and the worst of times. There is one key problem with moat though; it is exceedingly subjective. What I might consider to be a wide moat; you may not and … Continue reading Market Cap is Key
Now let's explain why and how. The time value of money concept is relatively new and originates in the 19th century. Before then the primary means of exchange was gold. The price of gold was relatively fixed and only changed in value when more was discovered, or if Pirates raided a ship and removed from … Continue reading Time is Money