Slots, Life-Loops, and Investments…

image(Sedona, AZ)  Very much a “to the point” column this morning as we discuss our “secret mission” of the current road trip.  You didn’t think we would be driving and leaving the airplane home in the hangar without a damn good reason, do you?

Then, Saturday we will focus on the art of “investing” again, versus “trading.”  But this morning’s column is about the “softer side” of how that investing stuff takes place and how to trouble-shoot our own thinking when we start to make bad investment decisions.

So this morning a bit of analysis of investment and trading using a very neat tool called Life Loops.

It also happens that it ties in with our “secret mission,” and how we live (and score) this pony-ride called Life.

But let’s begin with the undisclosed other details of my slot machine approach which I promised yesterday…

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4 thoughts on “Slots, Life-Loops, and Investments…”

  1. My family is in San Antonio been there for over 75 years . One of my kin is a successful real estate agent and he gets calls all day long from buyers who won’t look at anything south of there due to border fears . It appears those fears are in a lot of abundance . Just sayin . Those poor guys with big ranchettes close to the border can’t give them away and that is anything south of SA . So you friend is right saying anything within 300 miles of the border is not that far fetched.
    I think if you google search this you will find the same .

  2. Interesting about potential locations. We’re going RVing in the Spring and are looking at AZ, but probably Flagstaff or Prescott. I have a general rule not to live downwind of a nuclear power plant (Phoenix). Also considering St. George, two hours from the lights of Vegas, but more quiet, at a higher elevation, and gorgeous. North of the Grand Canyon, it’ll make a good buffer from a southern invasion.

  3. JSYK – the first link in the “See Yah, Angie” section points to the previously mentioned article, and not the one you intended.

  4. It’s just as brother Jimi sang in “All Along the Watch-Tower:”

    “…so let us stop talking falsely now The hour’s getting late…”


    That was Bob Dylan. And he said, “so let us not talk falsely now. The hour’s getting late.”

    Jimi just covered it.

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