Posts Tagged ‘goldman IPO’

Entrepreneurship Part II - Observations on ownership vs. working for others

Entrepreneurship Part II – Observations on ownership vs. working for others

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance, Wall Street

This is a continuation of a theme started earlier, in this post On Entrepreneurship, Part I Founding an investment firm A friend from college once explained to me that, growing up, he didn’t realize his family was wealthy.  His dad worked at an investment firm, and they had a comfortable lifestyle, but my friend noted [&hellip

On Entrepreneurship Part I - Fixed Income vs. Equity or Salary vs. Ownership

On Entrepreneurship Part I – Fixed Income vs. Equity or Salary vs. Ownership

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance

A salary is Fixed Income Earning a salary, working for someone else, is earning ‘fixed income,’ which means you hope it comes close to covering your lifestyle expenses.  Like all fixed income, however, it will be limited.  In the case of your salary, the limitation of your fixed income comes not from prevailing interest rates, [&hellip