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Christopher Henningsen
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Divesting from Google
Back when this blog first began, I wrote a glowing review of Google, why it was one of my first investments and the great direction it seemed to be headed. That was over half a decade ago. I haven't sold many stocks in the intervening years, but earlier thi...
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Reflections on a personal milestone
A blog about millennials and investing can't avoid mentioning cryptocurrency once in a while. Millennials, investing, and crypto are tied very closely to one another, if you speak about two but not the third people assume you're up to something. Fortunately...
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Note to self: Buy these two
Waddup haters, it's been a while. I stopped blogging when my experiments with automated trading became a central focus, since I can't imagine a scenario where a trading algorithm I wrote were to be both interesting to anyone but me and also a good idea to b...
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The Importance of Routine
I've been slow both in updating and investing lately, and I've done some self-reflection as a result. It brought me to the subject of routine. My approach to investing has been consistent since I began a few years ago - put spare cash into an investment acc...
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The Cryptohedge
A funny thing happened last summer. China's market troubles were about a week old, and I was thinking about a bit of Asian wisdom my ex had told me: "Always pick the crowded restaurant". It makes sense when you think about it - if a lot of people eat there,...
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Welp, that's enough github for today!
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My Boring Strategy and My Next Purchase (No, They're not Bitcoin)
It has been a while since I wrote in my investment blog about actual investment. Part of this is because I have arrived at a system that I feel works quite well, so there's not much to talk about. The steps to my strategy are as follows: 1. Make a portfolio...
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A Final Note on Astrology
I did not imagine when I started analyzing the S&P 500 for impacts of astrological cycles, that I would find astrological cycles to have a measurable effect. But I found they did. It shouldn't have been that surprising - anyone who checks their portfolio da...
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An Experiment in Timing
Well, I said at the end of my last post that if what I was about to try worked, I would be even more insufferable than usual. Turns out I will be, because it did. But take heart, it didn't work extremely well. Let me explain. Common wisdom dictates you shou...
An Experiment in Timing
An Experiment in Timing
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