I’m a private investor, financial author, and business owner who was the first in his family to graduate from college, grew up in small farm town, and was determined to study successful men and women so I could retire in my 20’s. This is my private blog that covers everything from religion, politics, tax policy, investing, web design, literature, music, and whatever else I feel like discussing.
If you are looking for the official corporate site of my holding company, you should head over to Kennon Green Enterprises. There, you can discover information on our collection of businesses, capital market activities, and trading operations. It will be there that I discuss issues such as asset valuation and appropriate premiums for derivatives based on volatility inputs. Here, it’s like having coffee with friends and family, discussing what’s going on in the world and business.
You may also want to read my regular writings at About.com, a division of The New York Times. Over the years, I’ve built one of the largest online financial information content sources and it’s regularly used in Ivy League Universities and referenced in most of the business books you find in stores today. It’s definitely worth your time to check out if you want to know more about investing.