18 10, 2020

How to Concatenate Strings in Python, My New Lesson

By |2020-10-18T18:40:54-04:00October 18th, 2020|Computer Science|0 Comments

How to Concatenate Strings in Python, My Newest Lesson for How to Learn Python In my latest lesson of Python, I can only say one thing, and that is that just the syntax of Python and how it works is starting to get noticeably harder, but I am definitely very excited and am overall up for the challenge! One other thing that I learned about programming this week is that the Syntax is almost nothing, and is actually the easy part [...]

18 10, 2020

Chick Fil A IPO, When Will Chick Fil A Go Public?

By |2020-10-18T14:14:44-04:00October 18th, 2020|New IPO|0 Comments

Chick Fil A IPO, When Will Chick Fil A Go Public? And Will Chick Fil A Ever Be Open on Sundays? My Chick Fil A IPO Blog post review is I think timely in this current blog post, as Chick Fil A is now paying their employees $16.50 per hour, which is allowing them to fuel massive growth and have much more stable employees by putting them on a career track by making chicken sandwiches. I personally think that Chick Fil [...]

17 10, 2020

What IQ Do You Need For CPA? My Take

By |2020-10-17T17:16:20-04:00October 17th, 2020|CPA|0 Comments

What IQ Do You Need for CPA Exams? The Most Probably Minimum IQ to Become a CPA Is Likely 115 What IQ do you need for CPA exams, and what is the likely minimum IQ that you need in order to successfully pass the CPA exams? Given what I've seen for both the CFA exams and the CPA exams, likely the minimum IQ, if you are extremely conscientious, in order to pass the exams, is going to be somewhere in the [...]

14 10, 2020

How to Handle Your Finances in Marriage, Why Caution is Best

By |2020-10-14T22:52:01-04:00October 14th, 2020|Money|0 Comments

How to Handle Your Finances in Marriage, Why Caution is Best, And My Three Money Rules for Getting Married In this blog post, I'll talk about an extremely controversial subject that is very likely to create some chaos among my readers, which is how to handle your finances in marriage, and of why caution is best, as well as my three financial rules for getting married. The rules boil down to a few simple things, including, rule number 1. you're getting [...]

11 10, 2020

How to Use Comments For Debugging in Python

By |2020-10-11T12:22:47-04:00October 11th, 2020|Computer Science|0 Comments

How to Use Comments For Debugging in Python, My Second Introduction Into Object Oriented Programming In this blog post, I'll show you how to use comments for debugging in Python, and will reiterate what my second Python lesson looked like just now.  In this morning's lesson, I learned the importance of using comments when writing code in Python, and found out a couple of really cool and useful tricks that you can use for finding out which code might have an [...]

11 10, 2020

Why I’m Learning to Write Python, A Beginners Journey

By |2020-10-11T09:39:56-04:00October 11th, 2020|Computer Science|0 Comments

Why I'm Learning to Write Python, A Finance Guru's Journey Into Computer Science And so, the word is out, I'm learning to write Python, and the only question I'm really asking myself is why I didn't hop onto the computer science bandwagon sooner, in this blog post, I'll walk you through why I'm learning to write Python, and why I think I can leverage this into an absolutely killer resume, and a possible side freelance gig that pays huge dividends! As [...]

10 10, 2020

The Perfect Portfolio, How I Would Allocate $20,000,000.00

By |2020-10-10T18:19:05-04:00October 10th, 2020|Index Funds|0 Comments

The Perfect Portfolio, How I Would Allocate $20,000,000.00 to Realistically Maximize Gains Over The Long Term No matter what age you are, I think that I have found the perfect portfolio with regards to portfolio Beta, Standard Deviation, Variance, Volatility, and the like. I call it the perfect portfolio because it combines a mix of global index funds, United States Index funds, Small Cap and Large Cap stocks, Value and growth stocks, Treasury Bonds and Cash, and even Dividend and no [...]

10 10, 2020

Should I Diversify Globally? Benefits of Holding Global Stocks

By |2020-10-10T12:52:36-04:00October 10th, 2020|Index Funds|0 Comments

Should I Diversify Globally, The Benefits of Holding Global Stocks in a Portfolio In this blog post, we'll seek to answer the question of "should I diversify globally?" and will look into what this would do for the overall correlation of a portfolio, how this would affect Beta and your overall diversification, and a host of other factors. Personally, I think that holding a global index fund is even better than buying the S and P 500, and I think that [...]

3 10, 2020

Limitless Season 2, Season 3 and Season 4, What Happened?

By |2020-10-20T22:17:30-04:00October 3rd, 2020|Cool Shows|0 Comments

Limitless Season 2, Season 3 and Season 4, What Happened To This Great Series And Why Was it Cancelled? Limitless Season 2, Season 3 and Season 4 have all been cancelled, and I'm sorry to say that they have also been taken off every single video streaming platform out there except for Amazon, which costs $1.99 per episode to watch. To be clear, a Limitless Season 2 was actually never made, in that the show was cancelled from CBS and not [...]

3 10, 2020

Zoom IPO, Why a 1000 P/E Ratio is Not Enough

By |2020-10-03T17:31:24-04:00October 3rd, 2020|New IPO|0 Comments

Zoom IPO, Why a 1000 Price to Earnings Multiple is Not Enough for This Hot Stock The Zoom IPO is something that took place late in the year 2019, and with perfect timing to skyrocket the stock to a price to earnings multiple of over 1000. The pandemic created a significant amount of news surrounding the stock, and was able to take a $100 investment, and turn it into nearly $40,000 due to the sheer volume of the increase in the [...]