Posts Tagged ‘fintech’

IFTTT with Qapital

IFTTT with Qapital

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance, Texas

Transitioning from being a paycheck-to-paycheck person to a person with actual accumulated savings in the bank is one of the classic problems of personal finance. Maybe you got there easily, as soon as you started earning money. If so, you are not the majority. Some never get there. A large number of people are in […]

Bitcoin Blockchain and Bullocks

Bitcoin Blockchain and Bullocks

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

One of my rules of writing is to ignore journalistic fads. I’ve considered Bitcoin since 2013 to be a complete red herring, a finance-journalism fad that has no bearing on real things, real life, and real people. Technology people – FWIW I am not one of these – have long been excited about Bitcoin, and […]

Pity The Banks

Pity The Banks

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance, Texas

In my imagination, traditional banking used to be the best business. You’d get to close up shop at 3pm on a Friday. This, despite the fact that bank customers get paychecks on Fridays. Sorry folks, we’re closed because we have to have our people inside the vault, counting all that sweet, sweet, money. Lately, however, […]

Chatting Trump, Uber, and Buy Low-Sell High

Chatting Trump, Uber, and Buy Low-Sell High

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

Greg Jefferson and I recorded a short conversation, that may be of interest. The whole ‘Facebook Live’ video is here, with shorter YouTube clip versions below, broken out by topic. We discussed the inaugural post of Greg’s blog, in which he explains why his hometown Muncie, Indiana is a great place for Trump to gather support. […]