24 11, 2020

The Magician Archetype, My Favorite Archetype

By |2020-11-24T20:14:06-05:00November 24th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|0 Comments

The Magician Archetype, My Favorite Archetype By Far The Magician archetype is one that is my favorite archetype by far, and to quite a fault. I have gone extreme lengths in the pursuit of learning something, or in an obsession over something, to the point that it has actually hindered my success, although it has also helped me to get a long way in certain other areas of my life, such as in skills acquisition, in acquiring licenses and beefing up [...]

1 11, 2020

Lover Archetype, The Archetype of Balance

By |2020-11-01T14:36:37-05:00November 1st, 2020|Behavioral Finance|1 Comment

The Lover Archetype, The Archetype of Balance, And Why This is an Archetype That is My Worst The lover archetype is a fun one to talk about, in that it is the balancing act and the surge of energy that powers up the King, Warrior and Magician, and that softens the warrior and magicians tough souls, into a balanced king. In this blog post, I'll talk about what activities you can do in order to express your lover archetype, whether it's [...]

31 10, 2020

Warrior Archetype, The Toughest Archetype to Develop

By |2020-10-31T16:39:55-04:00October 31st, 2020|Behavioral Finance|0 Comments

The Warrior Archetype, The Toughest Archetype to Develop, And why COVID Is Developing it In Everyone In psychology, the warrior archetype is often associated with risk taking, persistence, with hard work and with work ethic, and with fighting and battling it out to become a master of your craft, and win in the world. I think that we've all been stretching our Warrior archetype more and more these last 9 or so months that 2020 has thrown at us, in that [...]

24 10, 2020

Why Blogging is Getting Boring, The Honest Truth

By |2020-10-24T20:31:09-04:00October 24th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|0 Comments

Why Blogging is Getting Boring, My Take On Why I'm Still Doing This Even Though it Is Getting Extremely Boring I'll be totally honest with you, blogging is getting really really boring for me these days, and having built 6 or 7 decently large websites over the past 7 years or so, accumulating in well over 3000 total blog posts, for a grand total of probably 5,000,000 total words written, yes, blogging is getting super boring for me and I cannot [...]

19 09, 2020

Jordan Peterson Coronavirus, Why Peterson Got Covid

By |2020-09-19T13:57:52-04:00September 19th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|1 Comment

Jordan Peterson Coronavirus, Why and How Jordan Peterson Contracted the COVID-19 Pandemic Virus Boy am I glad that 2020 is about to be coming to an end here soon, only about 100 days left to go in the year, almost there guys! It has been an incredibly stressful year for myself and many others to say the least, and I can seriously say that for Jordan Peterson, he is having as bad a year as anyone else right now. Not only [...]

9 08, 2020

Why Playing the Lottery is Stupid

By |2020-08-09T16:04:01-04:00August 9th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|1 Comment

 Why Playing the Lottery is Stupid, and Why You Should Never Play Again This is a topic that I’m somewhat passionate about, because playing the lottery is literally the stupidest possible thing that you can do with money, yet millions and millions of people every single week play the lottery. I didn’t see my own family members, parents and grandparents, do this, and continually play the lottery, blowing six dollars a week for as long as 50 years straight. Today, in [...]

8 08, 2020

Why Buying a Home Before 45 Is Financial Suicide

By |2020-08-08T17:06:37-04:00August 8th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|0 Comments

Why Buying a Home Before 45 is Financial Suicide, My Controversial Blog Post for the Week In the following blog post, I'll walk you through exactly why buying a home before the age of about 40 or 45, is likely financial suicide, and of how depending on your income level and job security, it is one of the absolute worst financial decisions that you can make. While I know that many of you that are reading this may think that I'm [...]

30 04, 2020

Belief Perseverance, A Dangerous Bias to Be Avoided

By |2020-04-30T22:10:56-04:00April 30th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|0 Comments

Belief Perseverance, and Why Our Own Biases Hurt our Stock Picking Abilities Believe perseverance is very similar to how it sounds, and it is essentially looking in seeking out things that confirm one’s own beliefs. To give an example of this, let’s say you are a strong, alt left democrat and that you want to google information about a certain specific candidate. Belief perseverance basically says that you are more inclined to not only search for, but also believe, accept and [...]

25 04, 2020

Jordan Peterson Finance, How Jordan Peterson Views Behavioral Finance

By |2020-04-26T11:35:16-04:00April 25th, 2020|Behavioral Finance|4 Comments

Jordan Peterson Finances and money advice, how Jordan Peterson views finances and money If you Google search “Jordan Peterson finances and money“ you get a myriad of results on YouTube, all of which typically lead to one video, which shows the author, speaker, lecture, PhD and college professor Jordan Peterson talking about money, risk, finances, and of how there’s really no way out of risk, and that not taking a risk is also a risk. This is one of my favorite [...]

23 04, 2020

What is The Best IQ For Investing? Warren Buffett Says About 120

By |2020-04-25T16:30:27-04:00April 23rd, 2020|Behavioral Finance|3 Comments

What is the Best IQ For Investing? And how much does intelligence matter with regards to making money in the stock market?  The following blog post will look in the correlation between IQ and investing, and will explain how intelligence isn’t necessarily that relevant when picking stocks, or deciding who can be a great investor. Warren Buffett said it best, when he said I’ll take a guy with an IQ of 130, hard work ethic, and good knowledge about the stock [...]