Monthly Archives: May 2012

U.S. Real estate is possibly a buy

There are several reasons why people buy anything at all. It is not my intention to explore all these reasons for that is a topic more pertinent to psychology than to investing. We will explore the reasons why I buy … Continue reading

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Quitting and wanton patience

I have always had an aversion to quitting in between when the job was as yet unfinished. An aversion no doubt pounded into me during my upbringing. You too must have kept hearing stuff like, ” Winners never quit and … Continue reading

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The Indian Rupee will continue to fall against the USDollar

All through my childhood, there was one certainty. That the rupee would always fall against the dollar. This happened regularly, consistently from 1947 to 2001. Then from 2001 to 2011, for 10 years, the rupee-Dollar stayed flat staying within the … Continue reading

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Not sure about Gold and Silver? Look into platinum and Palladium, you guys!

After a few conversations with friends and acquaintances I see that many think that Gold and Silver are overbought. This is a valid concern. Now I still do not believe Gold is overpriced. It may not be a bargain anymore. … Continue reading

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Things my Girlfriend says to me

1. On Self improvement: You have many things about yourself that you need to improve or work on. I, on the other hand, do not need to change anything about myself. I’m perfect (giggling) 2. On being told that a … Continue reading

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workouts at the local Gym

This is a rolling post. It will contain frequent updates. Just cataloguing what we did at the Gym May 18 1. Running on all fours like an animal: 2 minutes 2. Bench press: 8 sets of 3 at 65% max … Continue reading

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Was it my Work Stress that was causing my sarges in SG to go badly?

   One of the things I found in SG was that my commute takes 2 hours daily compared with 30 minutes in the U.S. That is 1.5 hours I lose daily. While one can say, “Hey use those 1.5 hours … Continue reading

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