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Sustainable and frugal living with an emphasis on investing and practical entrepreneurship
Interests: Saving Money, Making Money, Investing Money, Coupons, Freebies
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First,sign up for a coinbase account. Then head over to coinbase earn and run thru the tutorial. Once you finish, sell those BAT for USD. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Cheapo Groovo
First,sign up for a coinbase account. Then head over to coinbase earn and run thru the tutorial. Once you finish, sell those stellar lumens for USD. Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Cheapo Groovo
My cost basis is $70. Coinbase fees are pretty high. Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
Trading OTM puts until my covered calls are ITM at a windfall profit. I explained the trade months ago here. Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
Cash - currency and coin. There was approximately $1.70 trillion USD in circulation as of January 31, 2019. The world's population was 7.53 billion in 2017. That equates to less than $5 per person. A huge SHORTAGE. Food and Water. You have to eat and take in a half gallon of water everyday. Booze and illicit drugs. Alcoholism and drug abuse are not going away simply because of a crisis. Weapons and ammunition. If you posses any or all three of the above, you will need to protect your stash from marauders. Gold and silver coins. Only used as a last resort. Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
A pint usually costs $5 to $6 and a bomber would be about $10. Gourmet soda pop is almost more expensive than beer! Continue reading
Posted Jul 1, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
There are great ways to save on food Tip 1 and Tip 2 work perfect. But living up at 8000 feet with plenty of lakes and streams got me going in another direction. A cane pole can cost nothing or if you want something more sturdy as little as $8. And a Colorado fishing license for age 55+ is only $10 Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
Posted Jun 24, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
I discussed the trade inside my local taphouse. Nobody ever listens - folks just self absorb in their own world. And my results are shown below! Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
As you walk in, pick up a business card from the table and redeem it at the front desk. You get a resource list, toiletries, and a free shower coupon. Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
See sidebar to join this FREE site. Click the PayPal button to get my pick of the day. Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
Listen to the knucklehead speak his misinformation: If there is one idea on which all orthodox economists concur, it is that tariffs raise prices, that protectionism, without exception, is inflationary. Professor Samuelson, for instance, argues that tariffs reduce labor productivity and enhance “the cost of living” (1976, p. 694). In the words of Coughlin et al., “protectionist policies increase prices” (1991, p. 25). According to the 1992 Economic Report of the President, “Trade barriers not only raise the prices of imported goods to consumers but also the prices of domestically produced goods” (p. 196). Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
Posted Jun 2, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
We beat the most powerful corporation in the world. And I have enough for a dine out lunch. Woo Hoo!!! Continue reading
Posted May 31, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
See my previous post Nat gas spikes in the winter when temperatures fall and prices drop when injection season begins. Go long (ticker symbol BOIL) into December. Go short (ticker symbol KOLD) into May. You can use the CME web site to see what future prices look like. As of May 29th, December futures were $2.907 while June futures stood at $2.621. 10% higher when it gets cold. Since I prefer an income oriented strategy, I sell puts on both ticker symbols. Here are my recent trades: Gas Facts: Global gas demand is expected to grow at a rate of 1.6%/year until 2024, fueled by strong gains in consumption in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the International Energy Agency. The Potential Gas Committee (PGC) estimate of probable resource volume is 441 Tcf, or about 18 years of supply. Shale gas accounts for one-third of that amount, or 147 Tcf, which... Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
Moonlight Pizza and Brewpub lunch deal is $6 for a one topping slice and a craft soda. Be sure to get 3 giant cans of beer (96 ounces) to go for $20! Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo
The Trump administration is planning on providing about $15B in aid to help U.S. farmers whose products may be targeted by the newly unveiled Chinese tariffs. The group has been among the hardest hit in the trade war, with U.S. soybean futures falling to their lowest in a decade on Monday and shipments of the most valuable U.S. farm export to China dropping to a 16-year low in 2018. A new aid program would be the second round of assistance for American farmers, after the Department of Agriculture's $12B compensation plan last year. Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2019 at Cheapo Groovo