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MMM-084: Something to be Enthusiastic About

Risk vs Return. Happiness. Free is not cheap enough! Radiohead. Baby Bonds? XBOX and HDTV. Ron Paul and libertarianism. David Beckham’s Hollywood ending. Global investing. The amazing chart from IFA showing the risk of individual stocks.

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  • “We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements of life, when all that we need to make us happy is something to be enthusiastic about.” – Charles Kingsley.
  • Happiness – Business Week
  • Happiness – Jonathan Clements
  • Free is not cheap enough.
  • Hilary’s Baby Bonds.
  • Adam Curry interviews Ron Paul.
  • David Beckham, better luck next season.
  • Ken’s email: global investing?
  • Our Tool shows Risk vs Reward here
  • Our Guru keeps making more Lazy Portfolios. Seven Silly Sectors anyone?

Music from music.podshow.com:
ALTA PLAZA – XRAY DOGS
Ruby In the Dust – The Michael E. Thomas Band
No Surprises AUTHORIZED COVER – Blake Morgan
Runaway Train – Under Feather

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Fri, October 26 2007 » Podcasts

2 Responses

  1. hooligan4 October 28 2007 @ 10:08 pm

    Hey Paul once again thanks for all the shows I have listened to everyone and they are great. I just wanted to tell you not to be intimidated when playing Halo3 online, but if you every want someone to play with let me know. I changed my gamer tag from HooliganWhitey4 to PresidentWhitey but your account should have already recognized this change since we are friends on xbox live. I once bugged you about Fifa but I don’t own it anymore since the new one has come out, I need to get it. Anyway if your ever on and need help in the single or multi player aspects of Halo3 or any of the past Halos let me know. Hope to play with you.

    Regards,

    Brandon

    P.S. Do you know of anywhere one can invest in DFA through a small account size (less than 10K), I have looked everywhere and I have found no answers?

  2. Paul Douglas Boyer October 30 2007 @ 6:57 am

    Sorry about your delayed comment, I had to pull it out of the spam bucket (I don’t often look.)

    I’ll try to find a time to hook up with you on Halo 3.

    I think West Virginia has a 529 plan that has some DFA funds, if you need to save for college.

    Thanks for the comment.

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