Ask Geri: Anong stock tataas bukas? How to be you este buy po?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Ask Geri, Charting, Observations, Personal Finance, Stock Market 101, Stocks, Technical Analysis

Again and again, we urge people who want to be serious about stocks trading to study, study, study. Come up with your own personal trading plan, come up with your own style, your own screener, your own buy and sell rules. This is not being selfish, this is about being responsible and mature. There is a proper venue to learn, to be taught (in seminars, webinars, etc). There is a time to research and read up on your own. There are better ways to spend your time rather than posting questions in groups and reading the varied reactions (either helpful or hateful).


Challenge: Ditch the Poverty Mindset, Stop Playing the Victim

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Commuter Blues, Financial Freedom, Observations, Personal Finance, Real Estate, Reflections

Technology and modernization are here to stay. If you don’t evolve you die. If you keep on playing the victim, you die poor. Up your game. We’re all affected but not all of us stay affected. Don’t play the victim, take charge.

Good Read: Where Good Ideas Come From by Steven Johnson

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Go for a walk; cultivate hunches; write everything down, but keep your folders messy; embrace serendipity; make generative mistakes; take on multiple hobbies; frequent coffeehouses and other liquid networks; follow the links; let others build on your ideas; borrow, recycle, reinvent.

Good Read: The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon, by Brad Stone

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Business 101, Observations, Reflections, Suggested Readings

Ruthless, long-term visionary, customer-obsessed, dares to creates his own rules. His company, Amazon, is creating its own rules in online retail shopping, aiming to be the store for everything, at the lowest prices available. Always the customer in mind, sometimes to the detriment of other corporate and employee relationships.