Articles on Earning

It doesn’t matter how much money you make

Unless you’re the working poor, philosophically speaking, it doesn’t matter how much money you make. Yes, more is nice, but at a certain point, it […]

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Why I will fight for even $0.01

I make a fuss for even a penny in Quebec, because I know it can return 2000x its value.

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How much I have actually worked for my entire career

My net income and how much I’ve actually worked (and earned) over the course of my career. I guess I can call myself semi-retired….? I kind of like it.

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At what point would you feel wealthy?

It’s a pretty simple question — at what point would you feel wealthy? Is it a net worth number? Is it a feeling? Is it […]

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There is nothing more sexy or satisfying than having your own money

As a woman especially, there is going to be nothing more sexy or satisfying than having your own income. I say this after (re)-reading this […]

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Income Inequality by NYC Subway Stop and Line

The New Yorker has an interesting interactive subway line and stop match to what the median income is near that stop. I was living by […]

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Investing Series: Trust your instincts

So in lieu of teaching you something, I’m going to tell you something I learned recently: When you feel uneasy about a stock you’ve purchased […]

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Investing Series: Is investing partly a crapshoot?

Investing Series: Is investing partly a crapshoot?

This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- It kind of is. If you take into account the following: Calculations can vary from one firm […]

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Investing Series: What does EPS or Earnings Per Share mean?

This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- Earnings per share is really as easy as it sounds, it is just how much a company […]

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Investing Series: What is the difference between “Preferred” and “Common” Stock or Shares?

This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- It is exactly as hierarchical as it sounds: preferred versus common. Think of gentry from way back […]

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