Archive for the ‘How Not To Invest’ Category

Texas Wants Its Own Fort Knox Because...

Texas Wants Its Own Fort Knox Because…

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Insurance, Investing, Personal Finance, Texas

Now that the holiday season is behind us, you’re probably wondering where to store all of your gold ingots, lumps of physical gold, and bars of gold bullion. The struggle is real, amirite? Never fear, the State of Texas has your back, in 2018. Specifically, the Texas Bullion Depository wants to solve all your gold […]

Where Are The Fiscal Conservatives On War Costs?

Where Are The Fiscal Conservatives On War Costs?

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Taxes, Texas

Where is the fiscal conservative voice to cut federal defense spending? I’m on the fiscal conservative team. By that, I mean that I believe responsible government expenditure includes a plan for paying government obligations. Sometimes that means cutting spending. Sometimes that means raising taxes. If you’re a fiscal conservative in Congress and you voted this […]

SIGAR And The Afghanistan War Costs

SIGAR And The Afghanistan War Costs

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Texas

This month we debated tax reform and upcoming tax cuts, and a logical follow-up thought to the tax-reform debate is “why does the federal government cost so much to run?” Each of us will answer that question differently – possibly depending on our political persuasion – but everyone likes to agree in a bipartisan way […]

Capital Markets Theory You Can Use

Capital Markets Theory You Can Use

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Texas, Wall Street

I’ll be the first to admit that financial capital markets theory can be dry as dust and that mostly you should just live your best life in blissful disregard for almost all of it. Today, however, indulge me in discussing a capital markets rule that can help you avoid fraud, seek better investments, and make […]

12 Questions To Ask Your Partner About Money

12 Questions To Ask Your Partner About Money

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Personal Finance, Texas

Editor’s note: I really like the 36 Questions thing I read about in the NY Times a few years back, this idea that you could pose these probing questions to your mate or prospective mate in order to deepen the relationship. Riffing on that idea, I came up with a series of Money and Relationships […]