Selasa, 30 April 2013

Gravity based finance

What we have now is dream based finance, one seems to have the solutions, people invest money in them.
The next step is to actually give back to our sources of solutions, then other sources of solutions wouldn't ask for people's money, they give their solutions first, then people would give them money.

After all money should mean "this guy deserve to be helped", and who should be helped? Definately people who have helped us, not people who haven't helped us first.

Financial Engineer

A cool site, of a financial engineer and his products:

http://thefinancialengineer.org/about/
http://thefinancialengineer.org/options-futures-other-derivatives/delta-zero-products/variance-swap/

Taylan Kunal, M.Sc, from Paris Dauphine University

Rabu, 10 April 2013

Matthew 6:34, worries and the system of money

Jesus said "Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day [is] the evil thereof."
(http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Mat&c=6, 2013)

Don't worry about tommorow
At first I thought about this verse, I thought, should we throw all of our businesses away? If it were personal riches then it's debatable, but throwing away our businesses away? Wouldn't that be absurd, cause businesses are helping people.

Well still figuring out that now, but I realize that Jesus wasn't only talking about personal wealth. But also about the wealth of the community, a country. Jesus was talking about how we about to do about our money.

We have to admit, we are now liable to hyperinflation. Because we have the right to spend all of our money in the bank as well as other people. And if we were forced to do that all at the same time, then the economy would collapse.
But we have the right to do so. Think about it, 1. Bank Rush (Economy Collapse), 2. Monster spending (Hyperinflation). These two, could be caused by just 1 problem.

Jesus has prescribed, don't worry, 1 day for a day, use it all up.
Our money, should have expiration date. I'm sorry to say yo. I'm still figuring it out, but this... God help us.

Selasa, 09 April 2013

Excuses are addictive

One thing I believe, that no man should dominate other man except their non-adult kids.
We are all equals and only God could decide when one could act dominant over other people.
Therefore I also believe in self dominion, people are not supposed to tell me or order me about my life decisions. Its bad both for me and the person, your body is yours other people's body is theirs, if you're being lazy on doing this principals, I think you're being lazy in supporting humanity and will position yourself as dangerous to people (openly and/or behind closed doors).

Now after that I'd like to say that excuses are like drugs, some people could take it, some people could not. Some people once they made excuses they just couldn't stop.
And if you want to quit from making excuses, you'd want to be away from gossips and people who can't stop trying to dominate other people. Gossipers always try to squeeze excuses out of you, even though you're not saying anything wrong, but its an excuse and it's conflict.
Let's stop making excuses, and control ourself away from conflicts. Let's start saying no and just no, "I'm not making excuses, sorry, they're addictive"