A supermarket recently opened in my neighborhood. The managers promptly posted a sign boasting “Low prices everyday.” This is a frequent error, though that doesn’t make it any less excusable. The sign should read “Low prices every day.” The adjective everyday precedes a noun, as in “The life of the…READ MORE
Having recently had another birthday click over on the odometer, time is on my mind. It’s never far from it in my work-cave, because I have strategically placed more than a dozen clocks around the room and can’t look in any direction without seeing one.READ MORE
How rich did investors get from the last 20 years of computer advances?
The fortunes that have piled up almost boggle the mind. Microsoft, Yahoo, Apple, Cisco, and IBM — the list of fortune-making computer firms goes on and on.
Do you notice anything unusual about the following account, quoted from a major newspaper’s reader blog?READ MORE
All year, investors have been fleeing the stock market for the perceived safety of the bond market, letting fear take control of their investing and financial future. But if you can learn to control your emotions, today’s equity markets offer enormous opportunity.
Your biggest enemy for successful trading is not the “market,” other traders or investors, the economy, or any outside force. You face your biggest danger in the mirror every morning, because your biggest danger is you — your emotions and the human frailties that can easily lead to your financial ruin.READ MORE