Month: July 2017

Investing: Get The Most Bang For Your Buck

Efficiency is beautiful.  Nature gives us so many examples.  Out of the millions of sperm that try and enter the fallopian tube, only one finally enters the egg.  The moment it does, the door is shut for all others around it. No matter how many millions of sperm try, only one can enter.  The fertilized human egg […]

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Cost of Consensus in Financial Independence

“You pay a heavy price in the market for a cheery consensus” says the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.   The nature of human mind to seek out favorable facts, approvals and confirmations in support of what we already want to believe is called confirmation bias.   By nature, most of us have a strong confirmation bias because we […]

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Ten Factorial Rocks – First Birthday!

Hi All, I am happy to share with you that today, Ten Factorial Rocks (TFR) is officially one year old!  Exactly one year ago today, inspired after a long morning walk, I started this oddly-named website.  The idea itself had been germinating for long, after years of being on the receiving end of frustratingly bad information from mainstream media and also, dealing with […]

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Moving Somewhere To Retire? Don’t Kid Yourself!

The Internet is open to all but is also home to many cozy bubbles that distort reality.  It is easy to extrapolate a very specialized, rare thing to a much broader population just because you spend a lot of time within a small group who believes in that thing, talks about it a lot, plans to […]

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Seek Independence From Money Prison

What an oddly-titled article from this website, right?  Trust me, it will make sense.  Read on… Does money drive your life?  It may sound ironic hearing this from a guy who has a monetary target to achieve, firmly planted on the name of this website.  But it is true.   Truth be told, I put up that big, hairy, audacious goal (BHAG) […]

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