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kindoflost

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Name:
KindOdLost
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
early retirement, financial independence, analytics
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$650,000.00
Location:
Wichita, Kansas, United States
Age:
40s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Real Estate
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Warren Buffett is the most famous investor ever, head of Berkshire Hathaway and known for his folksy demeanor, common-sense approach to investing (and life) and because every year he writes a letter to the investors in his company. The letter goes beyond the normal yearly balance you get from most companies and is an open … Continue reading "Best quotes from the 2018 letter from Warren Buffett to Berkshire Hathaway ...
Posted: Feb 28 2018 @ 10:47 PM
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Posted: Dec 31 2017 @ 7:03 AM
The post To harvest capital gains or not to harvest capital gains, that is the question appeared first on KindOfLost. ...
Posted: Dec 01 2017 @ 1:22 AM
Snow White had a lot to put up with (besides the Witch and the Prince) in this German folk story chronicled by the Brothers Grimm and brought to most of us by a Disney film from 1937 (80 years!) (In order of appearance:) Bashful   Happy   Dopey   Sleepy   Doc       … Continue reading "The Seven Dwarfs of Early Retirement" The post The Seven Dwarfs of Early ...
Posted: Nov 01 2017 @ 7:05 AM
a few options The post Balancing stocks and bonds appeared first on KindOfLost. ...
Posted: Oct 01 2017 @ 2:11 AM
the title so far… The post Parkinson’s law and lifestyle inflation appeared first on KindOfLost. ...
Posted: Sep 01 2017 @ 6:44 AM
I finally finished reading “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley and William Danko. Early this summer at a garage sale in my neighborhood I got a copy  of the first original edition from 1996: And I say “finally finished” because it was hard to go through it, I was a bit disappointed but I … Continue reading "The Millionaire next door (book review)" The post The Millionaire next door (book ...
Posted: Jul 31 2017 @ 11:52 PM
The usual image of an artificial neural network: What follows is a paper that I wrote in the Spring of 2001 for an “Introduction to Neural Networks” class that I took as part of my Masters degree. It is mostly a review of someone else’s paper on the subject, except that I wrote the network … Continue reading "A neural network approach to college football rankings" The post A neural network ...
Posted: Jul 01 2017 @ 1:00 AM
Just finished reading “Your Money or Your Life” (1992), by Joe Dominguez and Vicky Robin: I first heard of the book last year from the Mr Money Mustache site and then from many other sources in the financial independence movement. It turns out 2017 is the 25th! anniversary of the book, and the authors had been … Continue reading "Your money or your life (book review)" The post Your money or your ...
Posted: May 31 2017 @ 8:29 PM
(I wrote this paper in 2007 for a Statistics class I took while trying to do a PhD. I am sharing it here for posterity.) McNemar’s test is a non-parametric method used on nominal data to determine whether the row and column marginal frequencies are equal. It is applied to 2×2 contingency tables with a … Continue reading "McNemar’s test and Simpson’s Paradox (and the “hot hand” in basketball)" The post ...
Posted: Apr 30 2017 @ 8:40 PM

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