Trading Options in Robinhood

Posted on Sat 04 July 2020 in Stocks

Trading options has always seemed like a way to magnify your earnings potential; it allows you to trade more with the money you have available, as opposed to simply buying stocks. I have a Robinhood account but have never put in the effort to learn, until now.

It turns out …

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Intro to Roam Research

Posted on Thu 02 July 2020 in Analysis

Like much of the smart internet, I’ve recently fallen in love with [[Roam Research]]. It’s one of the first “Everything Brain” apps that has vibed with how I think about and use apps on a day to day basis. Here, I want to put down some thoughts on …

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Rules from The Paladin Prophecy

Posted on Sun 28 June 2020 in Quotes

A recent game changer for my reading habit has been setting up Libby. Libby is a service that allows for ebook downloads from your local library. It’s really allowed me to work through some fun Sci-fi and Fantasy books, without paying for instant download via Kindle (which is dangerous …

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Posted on Thu 18 June 2020 in Micro

Listening to episode 380 of ATP, and Marco makes the distinction of not trying to maximize value, but trying to maximize functionality in a value range. That’s the first time I’ve ever heard that distinction before, and I really enjoy it.

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Posted on Sat 16 May 2020 in Quotes

“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.”

— John Muir

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Posted on Fri 15 May 2020 in Quotes

“Be courteous to all but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence. True friendship is a plant of slow growth.” – George Washington

via Swiss-miss

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Posted on Wed 29 April 2020 in Micro

I’ve been using Dropbox paper recently and it’s… quite good?

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Coding as a Super Power

Posted on Fri 24 April 2020 in Projects

My overall thesis for this piece is that trivial amounts of programming in non-engineering areas can lead to tremendous amounts of value. Additionally, I think we (including myself here as a part of the Technocracy) often forget about this. Too often, I think we forget that most of the population …

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Posted on Sun 05 April 2020 in Micro

Animal crossing - the saving grace of #coronamergency2k20

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Looking at Vegas Local Restaurants

Posted on Sun 05 April 2020 in Projects

During this whole Covid-19 thing, I was trying to think of a way that I could help. Luckily I came across this project by Jeff Triplett - it’s a way to highlight any major local restaurants. Luckily it’s on github, so I forked the project and starting throwing in …

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