Category: Finance

Posts about Finance, Retirement, and other well intentioned ways of making money less important in our lives. Once you have enough money, you can focus on other things!

April 19, 2018 Chris Meadows No comments exist

Before we get started, please understand this article is to orient you to the opportunities.  This is in no way a “How to” guide, as there are more dynamics at work.  The goal is to hope you will learn more about options. Options allow you to limit your risk Options are a unique vehicle for…

March 3, 2018 Chris Meadows No comments exist

But First, an Explanation Before I get started speaking about Delta I want to correlate what I’m about to talk about to another aspect of life. Most of us learned to drive when were about 15 or 16 years old. We get the basics, we get formal education, and we learn mainly from our parents…

January 7, 2018 Chris Meadows No comments exist

Expanding Ideas on Investments In a world where we’re told to ‘play it safe’, I’m here to suggest something a little more robust.  After all, life involves risk.  I wrote an article about low risk versus high risk and the benefits to taking on a little more risk.  I would also offer that if you’re…

December 17, 2017 Chris Meadows No comments exist

Macro Economic Weekly Views On another site I own, SellTheta.com, I’ve made several posts about InvestmentHouse.com and their weekend newsletter.  I wanted to bring it to this user base, since I talk about investments, retirement and the economy on this site, as well.  The newsletter does a great job of giving you a debrief of…

December 16, 2017 Chris Meadows No comments exist

Low Risk VS. High Risk:  What’s Better? Today, I want to talk to about low risk versus high risk investing. I want to tell you story about a conversation I had with a friend, where he was insistent on making 4% on his money in his 401(k) as the safest way to invest. I was…