3 Father’s Day Gifts He’ll Love

June 12, 2012

With Father’s Day coming up this weekend, I thought I’d share my list of gifts I’d love myself (or recently bought); most of these are available through Amazon Prime prior to the weekend if you order by Thursday!  Anyway, here are a few things I’m into as a Dad and you may want to check […]

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tradeMONSTER Review

April 22, 2012

The online discount broker tradeMONSTER is a newcomer, but its founders are anything but. The duo responsible for tradeMONSTER is made up of the same people behind optionsMONSTER, a media and reporting company that reports unusual options activity during the trading day. Let’s review what tradeMONSTER has to offer to compare it to other online […]

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3% Cash Back and $100 Bonus – The Best Card on Earth

March 8, 2012

If you’re going to use a credit card, you might as well optimize your cash back! I do, and it brings us tax-free income of $700-$1000 a year depending on what we’re up to.  Well, now there’s there ultimate card for what’s probably your single biggest expense – groceries! (and next biggest – gas!)  The […]

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eCampus Review – Online Rental Textbooks. Genius!

October 26, 2011

The following is a review of which is a rapidly growing college text book rental business. Add this one to the list of companies I wish I’d started when I was in college.  Not just because the business is exploding (According to, nearly 1 in 5 of all college textbook purchased online today […]

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Darwin’s Summer Book Reading List

July 19, 2011

Here’s a list of books I either read recently, I’m currently reading, or I’d love to read this summer.  I’d be interested in hearing your favorite picks as well. The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine – There are tons of books out by now on the housing crash, Wall Street crash and such, but […]

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Betterment Review: Investing Made Simple

April 13, 2011

Betterment is a hot new investing service that boils down the litany of investment options to just a few basic choices.  It’s simple.  Stocks or Bonds.  And how much.  It can’t be any simpler, right? Should It Be This Simple? Granted, there are numerous investment strategies and sectors out there for retail investors ranging in […]

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