The Walnut In The Machine Imagine a group of people gather for a tour of a machine tool factory. At the beginning, a walnut is distributed to each person. The nut is in its familiar tough brown shell. At one stage on the factory floor, a large hydraulic press is pressing train wheels onto […]
Archive : Education
A friend posted about http://the53.tumblr.com/ recently and I find the site quite compelling. The 53% refers to a recent statistic that 53% of people pay taxes and 47% reap benefits. Here’s what I might say on the topic: I am thankful to my parents for not just handing me everything I wished for, but encouraging […]
I signed up for a Real Estate training course which will be at LAX Sheraton on June 24-26 and I am pretty excited about it. Been wanting to learn more about investment properties, and this sounds like a great way to do it. As a rookie, I need to learn
If you want to be among the savvy and elite group who are capitalizing on the opportunities presented by our financial crisis, you need 3 things: 1. The right knowledge at the right time. 2. The right vehicles at the right time. 3. The right you … ALL the time. Find out if you are […]
I’m putting together a list of topics that must be addressed for economic literacy and financial awareness. What is [something] worth to me? (how to assess value–for yourself vs. others) risk vs. safety, how to judge? how to mitigate risks diversification: true vs. phantom taxes –this is huge and could be broken down several ways… […]
Forget the “ratings game” and lets return to small local districts where word of mouth has more impact, and allow school choice.