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Hi,
Here is an interesting fact about me, I'm actually more than 3/4 Chinese and a little bit Indian.
My passion is in Real Estate and in Investing.  I also like reading books on self improvement and so the articles I write about would reflect this.  People only grow through self reflection and from making mistakes.  I have done plenty of both.  I am excited to share what I know with the online world.  
I have a personal investment blog, come check it out and another blog about motivation and life
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by Caledor
6 years ago
8 Ways to Bust Negative Thoughts

I believe life is like a huge roller coaster ride, there are the ups, and there are the downs. Often, we cannot change the cards we are dealt. The only thing we can control is our attitude and how we choose to deal with it. Of course, to some of us this is easier said then done. We all know that we need to stay positive or make lemonade when life gives us lemons, but it is hard sometimes. Whether you are going through a bad breakup, a lay off, humiliation, defeat, putting yourself down, hurting yourself, embarrassment, or just life gets you down .... here are 7 ways to bust through the negativity and get you back to your game.

Business & Money
by Caledor
6 years ago
How to Network for Introverts

I am an introvert at heart and have always been. This doesn't mean an introvert cannot show moments of being an extrovert. I work in the real estate industry that sometimes requires me to go out and network. That means being surrounded by people I may not always know. I still remember sometimes feeling awkward around strangers and I just wanted to leave. I know for some people out there, they feel the same way as I do. The though of just approaching a random stranger and starting up a conversation can be a scary thought. But luckily, any skill can be learned and mastered.

Business & Money
by Caledor
6 years ago
What is the Stock Market?

When people talk about stocks, you would occasionally hear people saying the stock market is down or it is up. Well, what does that mean? What is the stock market? How do companies get listed? If you ever have these questions, well read on, because I'll try to explain what it all is.

Business & Money
by Caledor
6 years ago
Budgeting 101: The Number 1 Saving Secret

Learning how to save is a very important life skill to have. It makes you prioritize your spending so you can live your retirement a little better. If retirement is a bit far off in the future, then think of the big purchases you can save for in the short term, like a new car or a new house.

Business & Money
by Caledor
6 years ago
3 Rules to Working Successfully With Your Boss

I entered the work force not too long ago. At the time, I was fairly green and fresh out of university. I have to admit, there are a lot of things I wish I had known then, such as building more of a rapport with my colleagues and paying more attention to the office politics. When I started working, I always had a tendency to work by myself, and I liked to do things my way. It took a while before I learned to read situations and how to put myself in my boss's or manager's shoes.

Business & Money
by Caledor
6 years ago
How to Protect Your Stocks in Any Market

The stock market goes up and down all the time. It is the nature of the beast. Sometimes with the uncertainty of the stock market and world events; stock prices can take a plummet. Before you have time to initiate a sale to at least recover some of the cost, the market has closed, and the loss on your investment is much larger than you would like to stomach. Thankfully, there are ways to avoid this, by way of a stop loss trade.

Business & Money
by Caledor
6 years ago
3 Signs It May Be Time To Sell Your Stocks

I find that it is much easier for investors to buy stocks then it is for them to sell. I say this because I have seen investors who hold onto the stock all the way to bankruptcy, or when the stock has made a sizeable gain and the investor still refuses to sell. Some of the thought process that goes on are: They believe the stock still has more room to go up in price so they patiently wait for it to increase further, only to miss out when the stock was at its peak. The stock has dropped and the investor believes that the stock has bottomed out, and it will go up in time, so they continue to hold The stock has dropped so much that by this point, selling it would cause a big loss, so they hold onto the stock in the hopes that one day it could go back up again

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