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Safety Insurance in Panama

The Doomsday clock was moved forward this year.  According to the Washington post (1): The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists — founded by Manhattan Project scientists who invented the nuclear bomb, with 13 Nobel laureates on its executive board, moved its Doomsday Clock to 100 seconds before midnight. This marks the most severe security threat […] [Read Safety Insurance in Panama]

Gaining the Value Premium

Choosing value over growth is a powerful math based way to get the best stocks while maintaining maxim safety.  Last week I sent Purposeful Investing Course subscribers the 79 page Keppler Asset Management’s Good Value Developed Markets Analysis  for the winter of 2020. This analysis showed a “Value Premium” opportunity. The analysis said:  Current annual […] [Read Gaining the Value Premium]

Serene 2020

Welcome to February 2020. January started with a bang and gave us plenty of stress already!  Australian fires, Coronavirus,  the Trump impeachment, a stock market correction, Kobe Bryant, his daughter and friends lost, so many things that can get us down if we let it. Let’s hope February is less tense. If not or if […] [Read Serene 2020]

Where Stocks Will Be in 2023.

Here’s a powerful math based forecast for global stock markets. I just sent Pi subscribers the 79 page Keppler Asset Management’s Good Value Developed Markets Analysis  for the winter of 2020. Part of this analysis includes Keppler’s forecasts for global stock markets over the next four years. I give this chart a great deal of […] [Read Where Stocks Will Be in 2023.]

Ecuador Corporations

This week Dr. Andres Cordova shares information about how to incorporate in Ecuador. Dr. Andres Cordova SHOULD YOU INCORPORATE A COMPANY IN ECUADOR? While the process has been streamlined in recent years, incorporating a company in Ecuador remains cumbersome. Unless several reasons to incorporate a company in Ecuador stack up, I usually advise against doing […] [Read Ecuador Corporations]

Surviving Transition

Here’s a thought about progress that can turn your world upside down. Whatever you do now, might not need doing in the next decade. The Wall Street Journal article “The Vanishing Executive Assistant” (1) gives us a clue when it says:   “The erosion of jobs that gave women without college degrees a career path happened […] [Read Surviving Transition]

Borrowing But Boring

Yesterday’s message “Doing Everything – Doing Nothing” looked at how four years ago, I took a challenge to start the most boring investment course… perhaps in the world.  This courses teaches a tactic that uses borrowing at times but leverages in a way that is boring, safe and profitable. See why, now, might become a […] [Read Borrowing But Boring]

Do Everything – Doing Nothing

A little over four years ago, I took a challenge to start the most boring investment course… perhaps in the world. Borrowing, but safe and profitable. The course is called the Purposeful Investing Course.  We call it Pi and it has proven what we thought…. boring, but good if safety and profit mean more to […] [Read Do Everything – Doing Nothing]

The Power in Long Term

A Purposeful Investing Course subscriber sent in this question.  Please when you have questions, ask away!  That’s why I am here… to serve you. Good Morning Gary.  I am a PI subscriber and have been doing my homework as I want to learn to invest myself by using the guidance you provide in PI.  In […] [Read The Power in Long Term]

Speculation Opportunity in Norway

Last month I sent this lesson to Purposeful Investing Course (Pi) subscribers. Now is a time, more than normal, to exercise caution in stock markets and maintain one’s value investing disciplines, but there are also seeds for value based speculation. This chart of the S&P 500 performance for the past 30 years shows that the […] [Read Speculation Opportunity in Norway]