Price-Based vs Event-Based BTC Forecasting

One reason I got out of stock trading and into crypto trading years ago is because it was clear that stocks were being driven by events and news much more than fundamentals, and it was nearly impossible for me to keep up with the events and news. I think many people shared this concern, and … Read more Price-Based vs Event-Based BTC Forecasting

How Should I Save Money?

Much of my work is dedicated toward getting people from a bad financial situation into a good one, but this article describes my advice about what to do once you have arrived. Much of my work is dedicated to alternative education and programming evangelism, or like actual Christian evangelism. I see lots of people with … Read more How Should I Save Money?

Ramsey is Wrong on Debt

Dave Ramsey is a smart dude, but I disagree with him on a significant number of issues. A primary disagreement is on the issue of debt. We agree debt is often bad and mainline financial analysis ignores negative, subtle psychological and behavioral developmental impacts, but Dave goes to far by ruling out debt altogether. One … Read more Ramsey is Wrong on Debt

Trading the News and Bitcoin

In mid December I invested in Bitcoins. In the past month they have jumped from #13.3 to $14.2 each in value according to this reliable source. This is not just volatility in my view. It is part of a longer term trend. Why? That’s what this article is about. In foreign exchange, which I have … Read more Trading the News and Bitcoin

5 Lessons From Dave Ramsey

Yesterday I finished reading “Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money” and a few days before that I read his well known “The Total Money Make Over.” This post is about 5 helpful lessons I found in those books. First of all the books were very common sense. Dave did not come across as revolutionary or … Read more 5 Lessons From Dave Ramsey