Monthly Archives: January 2017


Finance Credit Saving Primer

3Notes: The Finance and Credit Primer

The basic keys to your personal finance are debt control, savings, and credit.  ALL of these things are tied to cash flow, the cash that comes in and goes towards your responsibilities. For most this is one paycheck, but we should all aim for secondary and residual income coming in […]


QUALCOMM’s Quandary

In discussions with some of my investing buddies I brought up Qualcomm as a potential target. This company is EVERYWHERE when it comes to chip technology, those little buggers that handle all of your smartphone’s computing, for instance. The company has had an impressive run of beating analyst estimates and […]


Millennials and Retirement – The How and The What

Unfortunately, millennials are not thinking about retirement at this age and it is a fatal mistake. One of the main things we should always realize and remember is 401(k)’s were never designed to be the full solution for retirement income. 401(k)’s were designed to supplement defined benefit plan, not replace them. As […]


Week 1 Recap

The title sounds like a sports blog haha. Today marks a beginning as we have finished the first week of 2017. However, it also signifies an end as today’s jobs report essentially marks the end of Obama’s economic record as POTUS. New jobs came in at about 150,000+, about 30,000 […]