Matching Dividend Payments with Expenses

I have a friend whose dad, let’s call him Xenophilius (yes I’m friends with Luna Lovegood *eye roll*), is retiring next year. And in talking to my friend, the topic of retirement strategies came up. And the idea of matching dividend payments to cover monthly expenses popped into my head. Xenophilius immigrated here from another … Read moreMatching Dividend Payments with Expenses

Geico Insurance Discount by Owning Berkshire Stock

Geico Insurance Discount? What? I’m advertising for Geico Insurance now? Not exactly. This is more of a Public Service Announcement for anyone out there who has Geico for their insurance needs. If you own shares of Berkshire Hathaway stock, you can send Geico your account documentation and they will apply a Geico insurance discount to … Read moreGeico Insurance Discount by Owning Berkshire Stock

Higher Treasury Yields Effect on the Markets

So you all are probably shitting your pants right about now. On Friday February 2, the S&P dropped by 1%. On Monday February 5, the S&P dropped 3% and the S&P futures continued dropping another 100 points in the after hours. Today, we experienced another 100-point drop in the S&P nearing 4%. CNBC and the … Read moreHigher Treasury Yields Effect on the Markets

You’re Probably Tipping Your Waiter Incorrectly

Now how bold am I to title my post “How Much To Tip Your Waiter”. This implies that many of you out there don’t know how to tip your servers. Of course there’s no wrong way to tip and the amount of tip you leave is extremely subjective based on each individual’s experience as well … Read moreYou’re Probably Tipping Your Waiter Incorrectly