Had fun talking about stocks today! Hope this helps you gain a perspective of what's going on in the markets.
#SMPH - 37 holds, target is 40. 37 does not hold, retrace to 35.
#GTCAP - buy as long as the stock stays above 1,200. Reversal from bearish to bullish after the breakout of the 200 SMA.
#PSEI - failure to hold 8,500 will make the market retrace to 8,300. A successful breakout from 8,500 will bring it to 8,800
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Moneygram: Less is More! When I got my first "real" job out of graduate school I already knew what my initial finance goals were. As a graduate student 👩🏾🎓 I was already used to living on less, adopting ramen noodles and a very slim budget of student loans and work-study checks as the norm. Thus it was relatively easy for me to decide at my job orientation to max out my 403b retirement account. Despite my strong sentiment about maxing out, I couldn't ignore the $256 balance in my checking account 😩. Instead of jumping into the max out cold turkey, I started out with 10% for my 403b while I simultaneously stabilized my bank accounts. It took about 6 months to build my emergency fund because I was living at home and my expenses were low. Once I had a solid emergency fund, I jumped to 12% and inched it up to 32% before my second year of employment was complete. In between that time I moved out of my family's house and got an apartment, thanks to the emergency fund. To date I have to remind myself to reduce my bi-weekly contribution towards the end of the fiscal year so that I don't lose my 4% employer match. 🐷 It's been 6 years of employment to date. The point of this post is to let you all know, especially to the young people who haven't started full time employment yet, that Less is More! Make savings a priority at the outset while you aren't used to having a full salary. Trust me, it's easier that way. You know I talk to 50 year olds at my job and some of them haven't started saving yet☠️? They say something like 65% of Americans have zero saved for retirement. Time is the best friend of compounding interest so it's vital to start saving as soon as you can! 🙋🏾🙋🏾♂️🙋🏽🙋🏽♂️🙋🏼🙋🏼♂️🙋🏻🙋🏻♂️Who can relate to this subject? Hit me up in the comments or DM 💚❤️🐷
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Definitely one of the greatest books I've ever read.
Greene brings together the stories of various masters over the centuries - from scientists to pilots to boxers to writers - to show how one truly masters a field. Combating the pernicious myth of the naturally-talented genius who comes out of nowhere with the world-changing idea, he shows how an intense apprenticeship is necessary for the deep insights these masters produce - even though this apprenticeship does not often take the route of a conventional education.
I feel like the pieces of this have been dancing around the edges for a long time. You see hints of it in Greene's first book, The 48 Laws of Power, and a strong feel of it is in his recent collaboration with 50 Cent, The 50th Law. But more than that, in blogs posts and things like Kirby Ferguson's video series Everything Is A Remix - our culture has some powerfully wrongheaded ideas about the natures of intelligence, creativity, power, and many other forces, and our traditional educational institutions are ill-equipped to prepare us for reality.
Although I don't like saying too much about it because I haven't actually accomplished anything yet, my life's current trajectory is already based on the kinds of things he's talking about, so this book will be immensely useful in fine-tuning what I'm doing. I've certainly missed some key aspects, and I will be re-reading this and his other works very soon.
I do have some minor nitpicks with some of the "rational vs intuitive" parts, and Greene does have a slight tendency to mythologise certain aspects of the world - he often talks about things being "impossible to explain" (as opposed to just "difficult to explain" or "beyond the scope of this book") and he commits the naturalistic fallacy a lot - but I suspect most of this is not really a problem with the ideas, just a problem with simplifying them for a mass audience.
To quote Greene's protege, Ryan Holiday, this book is "a master studying mastery in what turns out to be a masterpiece". I cannot recommend it highly enough.
In this week's episode, we interview Chris and Kelsey Wharton, the creators and co-hosts of Matrimoney, a podcast all about marriage, money, and family life. We are big fans of Matrimoney and had a lot of fun chatting with @practicallyawesomechris & @kelswharton on the show. Tune in for practical money-saving tips as well as a primer on "voluntary simplicity"! To hear more from the Whartons, you can find Matrimoney wherever you get your podcasts.