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Softbank: Japan’s Awakening Titan of 2020

A new investor should checkout Part 1, 2, and 3, of the Finance and Purpose Simple Guide to investing. Masayoshi Son, the CEO of Softbank, is a lesser known veteran of the dot-com bubble and information technology revolution. In the past 5 years, he has been quietly making deep impacts on today’s tech economy. With the vision of a Steve Jobs, the Wealth of a Warren Buffett, and the boldness…

The Simple Guide on Investing Pt 2

Continuing on my previous post: The Simple Guide on Investing Pt 1 , today I’ll talk about Value Investing.   It is one of the most valuable investment strategies for the actively engaged investor. Simply put, Value Investing doctrine is based on the concept that companies carry intrinsic value.   You might not be an active investor, and looking to gain a smaller return from a passive strategy — and…

Duck & Cover: Surviving the Inevitable Recession

Nobody knows when the next recession will come. It can be tomorrow, or 5 years from now. But you must be prepared, don’t get caught off guard. In my last post, I talked about taking advantage of downturns for profit. This post will be more practical advice for the casual reader. I will give you a few principles to follow. Follow the principles, not rules or steps.  An economic recession…

Lies About Making Money : Don’t Listen to the TV

Saving Money Will Make You Rich In my previous post, I talked about Budgeting Time with as much rigor as you would watch your Money. This post will be about Making and Saving Money. Budgeting will allow you to live an organized and well managed lifestyle, but it will not make you rich. There is so much BULLSHIT on T.V. , written in books, and recorded in Youtube videos, telling…

Manage Time Like You Budget Your Money

It’s Not all About Your Net Worth According to the World Happiness Report, moving to a richer country won’t make you happier. Look at the big man Warren Buffett worth 87.8 billion, he agrees that owning more isn’t the key to happiness. He admitted to enjoying days where he had a small fraction of his current net worth. The first lesson of money, finances, and purpose is to realize this…

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