Digital currency is not dead. But it was wounded pretty badly over the past few months. Paradoxically, the undoing of the decentralized world happened from centralized companies and individuals like Do Kwon of Terra Luna and Sam Bankman-Fried of FTX. Ultimately, the greed of both these individuals and the flawed platforms that they ran resulted […]
What is all this wealth stuff for anyway? I have spent the last 15 years trying to accumulate wealth. It wasn’t until about two years ago that I decided to start spending it. Why? Well, there were some major changes in my life and it made me think about mortality. Don’t worry…my health is great. […]
If you read business or entrepreneurial books you are probably sick of people telling you that you have to take risks and get uncomfortable. I get it. But what are you doing to take risks and to get uncomfortable? After all, it’s really the only way to grow in your career or in your life. […]
We are in a unique period of time with the economy. We know something is going to declare itself soon enough but have no idea when or what it will look like. This time it’s not just the contrarians. Everyone is predicting some kind of trouble in the coming months ranging from a mild recession (Biden) to […]
The new year makes me think about how things keep changing so rapidly (including my age). For those of us who went to high school in the era of pay phones, it is a truly remarkable trajectory and it makes me wonder what the next few decades will unfold. There are so many technological advances […]
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! As we head into the last week of the year there is much to reflect upon. The last few years have been absolutely bonkers. If someone had told me in mid-2019 that a global pandemic would happen, and the world would be practically paralyzed for the next […]
As you know, we have an Automatic Teller Machine offering and you can take a look at it at WFVelocity.com I’ve personally been invested for 6-7 years without issue. That’s not surprising as the use of cash continues to increase in the US. The biggest risk to investing in this type of asset is obvious—the end […]
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