Level 1 - NGMI
My autism would like for you to refer only to Treasury maturities of less than 1 year as Tbills and anything longer as either 'Treasury Notes' (typically used for 2-5y maturities) or 'Treasury Bonds' (typically used for 10-30y maturities). Thank you
A lot of people like to talk shit on investing in Bitcoin when they know nothing about it. They instead think it's prudent to invest in the S&P, make their 7% gains, just like everyone else.
It seems to me that the vast majority of people are just straight up pussies with next to zero level of risk tolerance. But what they don't seem to understand is that 7% is not going to cut it. Inflation is increasingly getting out of control and the percentages on the most essential things like housing and food is going to continue to outpace 7%
Personally, I think it's crazy to not be taking higher risk investments. You're going to need to be getting returns of >15% if you ever want to get ahead.
Scale tips at 7-8m net worth or cash?
What do you mean by scale tips? As in at 7-8M of liquid net worth you have enough to fund expenses with low risk / risk free assets and can take massive risk?
What happens in an OTC trade?
I'd love to see YOUR opinion on investment allocation by liquid net worth.
Collectables that fit in a suitcase line reminded me of that scene from the movie “the Accountant”, when Affleck hit up his Bug Out Trailer that had rare comics, sports cards and gold lol.
Any tips on finding a good broker to help sell illiquid investments?