Tag Archives: Dream. Invest. Live.

Hunting For The Funny

There’s fun in the dysfunction. There are also shouts and outbursts; but look at the industry that was built around Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Jon Oliver, and Larry Wilmore. How can you laugh at a time like this? Because, it … Continue reading

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PicoAir Meets ShowWX

Finally. I got to see, hold, and use a PicoAir.  PicoAir and PicoPro are projectors that fit in your pocket, or at least mine. They, and the technology within them, have the potential to positively disrupt the electronic display industry. … Continue reading

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A Quiet Graduation Day For GigOptix

Did you ever have a party, and had no one show up? I’ve almost had that happen. Did you ever have something to celebrate, and find yourself in a crowd of strangers? That’s happened more than once. GigOptix hit a … Continue reading

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Another Early Boeing Pension

I officially signed up to be a Boeing pensioner, I think. Pensions may be something that has to be explained to young children in a generation or two. Maybe not. As of this week, years before I expected to begin … Continue reading

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MVIS And DNDN Again Maybe

Conservsative investors, look away. Don’t read any further. I am considering a trade between two stocks that are so far off the conventional investing radar that the only comfort I have is a familiarity with both of them. MVIS and … Continue reading

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My Spreadsheet For Tracking My Stocks

Not bragging. Just saying. I’ve been investing for over 30 years. I started investing in about 1977. Thank you US Steel. Your stock helped me buy my first camera. (And, thanks to my parents for showing me how to buy … Continue reading

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Semi Annual Exercise EOY 2014

Happy Invoice Day, EOY Stock Report Day, and Backup All Your Files Day. Oh yes, and evidently many people will use this time for celebrating the new year, or in many cases, having survived the old year. Pop that cork. … Continue reading

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Thanks For Real Gifts 2014

Amidst the frenetic times in the days before Christmas I’ve received a few gifts that didn’t come with bows or ribbons but which I appreciate. Work, and hopefully pay. In addition to my work with the museum (HCLE), my new … Continue reading

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An Anniversary To Celebrate

It came on like lightning and has rumbled on like thunder echoing from the hills. Some forecast a storm, and at best, people found umbrellas when they actually needed an ark. In 2008, I started blogging. Barack Obama had just … Continue reading

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Rationally Irrational Finance

Humans are rational people. Ha! If you think that you obviously haven’t met any. Actually, people are rational, but in a very personal way. There’s a Robert Heinlein quote I’ll paraphrase because I can’t track it down. “People always do … Continue reading

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