- March 2, 2016
On Christmas Eve, 2022, in North Carolina, something happened that had never happened before in living memory. People across the state were alerted by their power company, Duke Energy, that there would be rolling blackouts in the aftermath of a …READ MORE
Ask someone from the millennial or Generation Z crowds about tech-related topics and you’ll likely get an encyclopedia of knowledge pouring forth. Ask those same cohorts about a financial decision or money-related matter and you just might get a deer-in-the-headlights …READ MORE
Here I am, an old guy, whose social security check won’t cover the rent of his home—much less living expenses. Because I was self-employed most of my life and unwise in my financial planning, I have no retirement account.
Therefore, …READ MORE
For all its (enormous) downsides, there was one silver lining to the Covid-19 pandemic: Entrepreneurship shot way up. The combination of remote work—and the new opportunities for disruption caused by massive changes to the economy—led to a boom in the …READ MORE
Can you imagine scanning the skies, seeing it’s a calm, overcast day, and then realizing you’re in danger? That is the energy world environmentalists are pushing us into.
The looming threat of a dull day is something warned about in …READ MORE
President Joe Biden’s going after 401(k) retirement accounts, risking millions of workers’ comfortable retirements.
If you put money into a 401(k), beware. Until now, the law always required fund managers entrusted with your savings to invest the money where it’s …READ MORE