Spoiling the Concert by Carl Barks
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I normally like richer, specialty breads – the heavy kind you find in some European bread shop, each for its own purpose and recipe – but a recent trip to the grocery store made me curious about the type of ordinary bread most Americans are eating. After looking at the nutrition label of several major baking companies, […]
A question about shorting stocks … Hi Joshua,As always, thanks for creating articles on your thoughts, investigations, and financial wisdom. I was hoping you might be so kind as to share your thoughts on short positions as an inherently speculative proposition. Have you ever shorted an equity? Are there any case studies you might recommend […]
From time to time, I get messages from business owners or entrepreneurs who are discouraged and upset. Their family, friends, colleagues, bank officers, or suppliers don’t believe in what they are trying to do and they take it personally. This afternoon, as I sat in a McDonald’s restaurant having coffee and revisiting an excellent book […]
We have been trying new recipes, again. One of the dishes that was on the list was a skillet lasagna. It’s popular because you can take ingredients you have at home and quickly put together a home cooked meal without a lot of effort. I was hesitant because, in my opinion, the entire appeal of […]
There is an account I handle for someone I know that has a very unique mandate. It holds a handful of stocks, has practically zero turnover, and once a new position is acquired, the dividends must be automatically reinvested into that business, cost-free, until disposition. The entire portfolio is held within a Roth IRA and this person […]
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