Not that I am taking a vacation because of reaching my Yakezie goal, but it was time to recharge the batteries. We are spending a week in Disneyland. We planned for this vacation for some time and the day has arrived. I will be posting and be active with my blog rarely for this week. Continue reading →
A few days ago I completed my Yakezie challenge! I broke thru 200k Alexa rank as it currently reads: 189,664 I would like to thank you all for helping me reaching this goal. This accomplishment however won’t stop me from striving to provide a better content about investing.
This post will be a bit off topic. But it will demonstrate how crazy and retarded I became about blogging and checking comments. I used to receive 90 – 100 spammy comments every day. All of them were captured by Akismet. But time to time a legit comment was detained and I didn’t want to Continue reading →
I realized I became obsessed with Yakezie challenge. Although I am tired I still strive to publish posts which hopefully can add value to my readers and show them my progress from money wasting sucker to a successful dividend investor and at the same time browsing other blogs, reading, responding and promoting them. The obsession Continue reading →
First quarter is behind us and for me it is time to start working on my performance review for the first quarter. At the beginning of the month I joined Yakezie Network challenge. I would like to post my monthly Yakezie progress: When I joined the challenge on March 1, 2013 my Alexa rank was Continue reading →
Imagine the following situation. You and your neighbor work hard. You both make let’s say $50,000 a year salary. You both are married, have a new-born child, nice decent house and a car. You happen to be colleagues from the same company which you started working for in about same time. You both take part Continue reading →
It is the end of 2009 year. We saw a lot on the market and the entire economy this year. We saw a recovery finally breaking up and we saw the market showing incredible growth providing spectacular gains that many investors and analysts could not believe in this trend and expected the market to fail. Continue reading →