This has been a chaotic week in the market. Mr. Market can’t make up its expectation on what the future holds. The indexes have been up and down. Every time where the overall market is in the red, I have been deploying $1,500 of capital to slowly reduce my cash holdings. The most notable themes… Continue reading Capital gain rate hike and India cases
The headline on The New York Times read: Biden Details $2 Trillion Plan to Rebuild Infrastructure and Reshape the Economy. Looks like there’s a renewed emphasis on building roads and bridges. This got me thinking, which company would benefit the most from this. There was the expectation the green energy firms would really benefit from… Continue reading Biden Infrastructure Stimulus
Part 1 of the 11 Part Series in the Road to 480 series mentioned on the author page. Every $40K of portfolio buys me a (recurring) month of financial freedom. We’re already at $55K at the inception of this series, hence we skipping straight to month 2. It’s always the hardest at the beginning because… Continue reading #Road to 480 – Part 1 – Month 2 of 12
After the stock price of Gamestop cratered from the short squeeze down to $50 around the the congressional hearing, most people thought that a bizarre incident that generated significant media buzz is finally behind us. But to everyone’s surprises, the stock ran it back the next week and tripled again. As a long-time Torontonian, I… Continue reading Toronto, Canada Housing Bubble – 2021/2022 the year to pop?