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I believe the world would be a better place without brokers or politicians. We have the technology. We have the knowledge. We can make our own decisions and stand by them with our own conviction and will.
Bonds, Commodities, Developed International Markets, Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Energy stocks, Forex, Gold, Options, REITs, Stocks - long, Stocks - short, Tech stocks
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Choice Manager (or 10 Reasons You Don't Need Brokers or Politicians)
Choice Manager (or 10 Reasons You Don't Need Brokers or Politicians) is a series of short stories I have written over the last 10 years highlighting the changes in sentiment among those individuals in power and those coming into power. I also highlight the difference between need and use with regards to these
two "choice managers" and how they differ from lawyers, doctors and accountants. In my essay "How Much is a Penny Worth?" written for a freshman technical writing class when I was only 19, I digress from the typical plight of soon-to-be-ex-teenagers and layout my own sentiment about my generation's purchasing power and how we choose to wield that power. In my essay "Don't Buy Gold, Because I am" I reminisce about a conversation I had with a college writing professor about their failing mutual fund portfolio and the rationale behind my thesis for a persuasive article by the same name. The conversation delves into how two individuals from two different generations see investing from two almost-opposite perspectives. In my final essay "Buying Fear, Selling Sweat" I conclude the book with a summary of my collected writings by looking back on the choices I've made, how they have affected me, and how choices may someday affect the world. The book contains a total of 11 essays, a glossary of terms, an appendix of technical references and an author’s biography.
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