May 2020 Health Review

This is the 4th post of my monthly series focused on monitoring what I’ve identified as being critical components to a healthy lifestyle. If you haven’t read the 1st post yet, check it out to understand why I’m doing this. How’d I do? This is my 3rd health post since we’ve been quarantined. While life…

$FB Edition of Letting Winners Run

$FB hit an all-time high today. I’m writing this post to help remind myself to let winners run. As I wrote in $PTON Edition of Bottom Catching, “It’s a crazy time. We’re amid a pandemic, yet we’re unsure if we’re in a bear or bull market. I keep a daily log of the madness in…

$PTON Edition of Bottom Catching

A bunch of stocks on my watch list hit all-time highs this week. Markets are rallying. Many stocks are raging. And many others are filing for bankruptcy. It’s a crazy time. We’re amid a pandemic, yet we’re unsure if we’re in a bear or bull market. I keep a daily log of the madness in…

April 2020 Health Review

This is the 4th post of my monthly series focused on monitoring what I’ve identified as being critical components to a healthy lifestyle. If you haven’t read the 1st post yet, check it out to understand why I’m doing this. How’d I do? This is my 2nd health post since we’ve been quarantined. While life…

March 2020 Health Review

This is the 3rd post of my monthly series focused on monitoring what I’ve identified as being the critical components to a healthy lifestyle. If you haven’t read the 1st post yet, then check it out to understand why I’m doing this. How’d I do? Holy shit. Life is different today on April 1 than…

2020… Corona Crash or Everything Bubble Pop?

I created this series to serve as a living artifact. This is the 1st post in the series. I’m striving to capture major current events and financial market action from the lens of a retail investor in the US. It’s essential to understand how one feels and behaves during times of economic uncertainty and market…

Feb 2020 Health Review

This is the 2nd post of my monthly series focused on monitoring what I’ve identified as being the key components to a healthy lifestyle. If you haven’t read the 1st post yet, then check it out to understand why I decided to do this. How’d I do? Activity Kcal & Workout Duration I’m very happy…

What eBay, Napster, and Banks have in common

Me. And sorry– that was the most clickbaity title I’ve ever published. I published a post last month about the acqui-hire experience, and as we approached the new year, I wrote a post reflecting on changes that took place in my life in 2019. I often wonder where the line between reflection and ‘too much’…