Post From Your Money Or Your Life
The Financial Independence Ladder To Freedom
Financial Independence, Money and Life, Save Money
By Vicki Robin
A prominent spokesperson for F.I.R.E. “confessed” a strange phenomenon in his journey to having a million dollars in his investment account. He hit his “number” and now visits it in his online account and feels … nothing. He feels no free-er. No happier. He is certainly glad to have the money.
He is clear that it represents the potential to stop working. He is vaguely aware that sometime in the future he will, like all people, age and possibly sicken and die… and that this number in his account is somehow associated with doing that with relative ease (though none of this is easy). Yet right now he has a fabulous job with lots of interesting, challenging work in the pipeline.
His Greatest Sense Of Freedom, Though, Came With A Very Different Number
F: Delta, what you found, what you brought to us, I think that’s what he’s looking for.
Because now the Nominal calculations, not too high, not too low, have given the Real
Effective Exchange Rate, and they’re about to release it, I think. He was looking for
this! And here is the vehicle to show this. They changed how they are putting their
mathematical rate on their site. This is exciting.
D: It is!
F: I can’t wait to talk to him.
D: Absolutely. And not only that Frankie, it looks like, those numbers there, they are
now basically international. Not the rate yet. And remember the key part was when
they said “Oh by the way, we’re going to redenominate, reconstruct the currency, the
dinar’s going to take the place of the thousand.
Not only for Iraq, but like I told you last time, but they didn’t give us an exchange rate. Because now we’re going to have the exact exchange rate based on international calculations, which is where it’s going to be $1.50 to $2.00, $3.00, whatever they come up. But definitely the numbers are all calculated.
Tink: THANK YOU SUNKISSED FOR THE NOTES !!!
TUESDAY CONFERENCE CALL DECEMBER 04, 2018
Frank26: Here’s what I’m going to do. Like always, I take you back. I take you back a little bit don’t I? And we go back and we look at what was happening, during the week with our
This is me and Delta talking last Tuesday (11/27/2018). By the way, these recordings,
and you’re going to get a few of them tonight; these recordings have a lot of
information in them. You can’t get it all at once.
And we sometimes have people that transcribe our Conference Calls. But it would really be important that either you take notes, or you go back and re-listen again, because these recordings have a lot of information in them. And during the week, we noticed that you miss it; because you ask the same questions that we just already taught you.
Don961: The United States becomes a net exporter of oil and its derivatives for the first time in 45 years
07 December 2018 12:02
Direct : US jumped oil exports to a record level to exceed imports for the first time during the past week, the United States to become a net exporter of oil and its derivatives for the first time in 45 years.
According to the US Energy Information Administration on Thursday, US oil exports reached 3.2 million barrels during the week ending Nov. 30, along with about 5.8 million barrels of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and other products.
These exports exceeded combined imports of 8.8 million barrels per day last week, making the United States a net exporter of oil and its derivatives for the first time since 1973.
This comes as high oil production in the United States and the abolition of the ban on exports of crude as well as advanced investments in refining.
Over the past week, US crude production has stabilized at 11.700 million bpd, the highest level ever.
JJonesmx: Congress passes funding bill to delay government shutdown until Dec. 21
United States Senate chamber. (United States Congress/Released)
DECEMBER 06, 2018 LAURA WIDENER
Both chambers of Congress have passed a funding bill ahead of the Dec. 7 deadline to delay a government shutdown.
The resolution will prevent the government from shutting down until Dec. 21, Reuters reported.
The measure was passed in the House early Thursday. Shortly after, the Senate also passed the measure.
“The #Senate passed by VOICE VOTE, H.J.Res. 143, further continuing appropriations for FY 2019 (2 week [continuing resolution]),” the Senate Press Gallery tweeted Thursday afternoon.