I guess I needed some kind of distraction from the “dip” in the stock market this past week, but I’ve been, um, 1-click applying as I scroll through my email. It’s too easy! And harmless. I mean out of all the jobs I applied for in the last six months of 2021, 22 actual cover-letter-writing,Continue reading “I am a 1-Click Apply Addict”
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Intuition v Whims
In light of me losing 20% of my cash investment in stocks as a newbie investor, I’d like to mention that there is a difference between intuition and whim. Intuition told me to not put my money in hippie-planet-love stuff like Oatly and Allbirds. Whim told me to be cool and buy stock in aContinue reading “Intuition v Whims”
Someone Said to Watch the Candlesticks?
My burning question is this: How do I know when to sell and when to buy? I’m glad I started my newbie investor journey with small amounts of money, because my white-collar bets NOW feel more like purchases my kids made in-app on Club Penguin. Why? Because NOW I have less money than I startedContinue reading “Someone Said to Watch the Candlesticks?”
The “Short” of It
Sitting Tight; isn’t that what Newbie investors are encouraged to do? Admittedly, I barely know the basics beyond that advice, but I am slowly piecing it together. I’ve been DIY-crash-coursing on investing and crypto. Read some opinions on whether gold or crypto are better…BORING. Who knows? It’s a gamble. When I say I am piecingContinue reading “The “Short” of It”