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How 0% Interest Can Be A Lie


August 15, 2018

How 0% Interest Can Be A Lie

Recently my brother was telling me about a deal he received on financing a new truck. He had gone to the dealer to browse and possibly buy, and after a bit of negotiation with the salesperson, agreed to a price of $20,000* at 0% interest for 60 months. However, the dealer was unable to actually approve him for 0% interest, so my brother shrugged his shoulders and proceeded to walk.

My Robinhood Stock Picks for July 2018


August 6, 2018

My Robinhood Stock Picks for July 2018

Last month I began a series on what stocks I’ve been buying via the Robinhood app. I intend to keep updating my interactions with my investments in the app. So first, let’s see how I’ve been doing.

July 2018 Book Reading List


August 2, 2018

July has come and gone and I have finally - FINALLY - finished my master’s degree. I’m done with classes. I’ve yet to receive that piece of paper saying I’m done in the mail, but all that’s left is waiting. No more responsibility. That means I have more time for reading (and video games, and writing, and my wife and son - but of course not in that order!)

A Mostly Financial Pregnancy Timeline and The First Four Months Of Life: My Experience As A New Dad


July 26, 2018

A Mostly Financial Pregnancy Timeline and The First Four Months Of Life: My Experience As A New Dad

This past year has been quite an adventure. I got married. I just finished school yesterday. And today is my son is four months old. I’ve been chronicling what’s been going on, relying heavily on things such as medical bills and insurance explanation of benefits to fit things into a neat timeline. Hence the whopper of a title A Mostly Financial Pregnancy Timeline and The First Four Months Of Life: My Experience As A New Dad.