Friday, April 17, 2015

Investment, best ever or just lies?

Do you know the biggest lies about investment that have been thrown at us all the time? The promise to get rich?
"Invest in gold, the most stable investment ever!"
"Invest in stocks, the opportunity is unlimited!"
"Invest in mutual funds, the interest is consistence!"
"Invest in property, the most profitable investment ever!"
I tell you, it's all just a pep-talk. We won't get rich. Best we can be with the investment? Most probably a little bit more money than we have before.

Or just wait till the bubble burst, we'll lose most of it, or some. And what they'll say?
"Invest more! It is time to buy! Soon they'll go to the moon!"
And in all those time, who profit the most? The one who is trying to SELL you the investment, the MIDDLEMAN!

The one who sold us the gold, the one who sold us the stocks, the one who sold us the mutual funds, the one who sold us the property.

THE MIDDLEMAN!

Each time we buy our soon to be rich investment, we are a bit poor minus the fees.
And the same each time we sell our investment. Minus some more fees.

The one who is selling or the middleman is the only getting richer. Accumulating the wealth without any loss. Solid profit.

So, we go back to the basic question. How do we really get rich?

Start selling. Or be a middleman.

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Relativity of Time VS The Actual Time

At one point, we have so much to do end up not doing anything.

What happen to all the time that we had?

Do we really had our time? Doing something irrelevant? What happen really?

Do the time just pass, lost or it is not there to begin with?


People love to talk about productivity in time.

It is easy to measure cycle of completed physical task in certain period of time.

But how do we measure productivity in thinking?


p.s. I've been thinking, really.