MEME Stocks

Buying stocks from companies that are hyped by online investment gurus will often leave you with losses. By the time you hear about the stock, it is usually too late. High volatility is common and if you get in after the peak, you will end up with a stock that

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Online Grocery Routine

In a previous post, I gave details of my first online grocery shopping experience. It has been 5 months now and I thought I would post an update. I haven’t gone into a grocery store to buy food since that first time. Our online grocery shopping routine usually starts on

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2020 Income

In the fall of 2019 I had to estimate my income for 2020 to qualify for health insurance assistance. The estimate I came up with was $19440. That’s about 70% less than my income from the previous year. Unemployment was $8000, dividends and interest gave me another $8000. Ebay sales

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2021 Wish List

Everyone has things that they want to buy that are what I would consider “luxury” purchases. Being on a tight budget makes it feel like everything (beyond standard living expenses), is an unobtainable luxury. Shopping for a good deal on auction websites can be frustrating, if you don’t want to

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