I know a thing or two about financial disasters. This is so far from a financial disaster it’s almost ludicrous when I looked at the headlines this morning.
I joined the Marine Corps less than six months after I turned eighteen, so adulthood remained a mythical land – full of freedom and good fortune.
Now I sit here, engaged to my best friend, and I totally credit the travel bug for everything. It was my love of travel that taught me some of the most important life lessons. My love of travel showed me how genuine and amazing the world can truly be.
The best way to take advantage of a booming stock market is to invest in your own ideas. If you have an extra $50,000 don’t put it into stocks. Put it into yourself. You’ll make 10,000% on that instead of 5% per year.
Wall Street is crooked. This is not really a surprise to anyone. I lived on the street. And I worked on the street. Wall Street starts at broadway and continues down to Water Street.
Your relationship with your money matters.
Why? Because money is like oxygen, you can’t live without it.
Independent Study 408: How to Avoid Telling Your Boss to “Go Fuck Yourself”
This movie is not about rooting for the collapse of the American (and world) economy. What this movie is about is rooting for the exposure of corruption.
No one knows what they’re doing, especially me.
What even is this?