Is Jason Fieber WRONG About Car Ownership!?

Ladies and gentlemen, today I shall speak blasphemy and heresy! I shall question the wisdom of the divine! I shall challenge centuries of holy texts! Today, I put forth the idea that Jason Fieber is wrong about car ownership! Jason Fieber’s Stance On Car Ownership Until recently, Jason’s stance on car ownership–or should I say against car ownership–was […]

The Pros And Cons Of Different Types Of Investments: Part 2 — Bonds

So a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, I began a series called “The Pros And Cons Of Different Types Of Investments”. Starting with my first installment about stocks, the idea was to go through the many different types of investments and give an overview of their strengths and weaknesses. Unfortunately, unlike […]

Thoughts On The Wells Fargo Senate Hearings

I just spent some time on Youtube watching Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf testify before the Senate Banking Committee on the whole Wells Fargo banking scandal that’s hit the news lately. For those of you who haven’t been following, I’ll go over it real quick. Mega-bank Wells Fargo is seen as a model of bank […]

The Pros And Cons Of Different Types Of Investing: Part 1 — Stocks

Welcome, everyone, to Part 1 of a series about the pros and cons of different types of investing. This is a new series I’m starting to help people get a handle on what financial instruments and investment securities exist out there for your money. After all, we all know bank interests are low. I’ve spoken […]

Sunshine Blogger Award

Ladies and gentlemen, I have made it in the blogging world! I, your beloved Angry Retail Banker, have been nominated for the prestigious Sunshine Blogger Award! I will be traveling to Hollywood, wining and dining with high profile celebrities, and–wait what’s that?………….Ah. Okay, ladies and gentlemen, it appears I was slightly mistaken. It appears I […]

An eBook Review: “The Dividend Mantra Way” by Jason Fieber

The Book Of The Blog Of The Year Hello, Angry Retail Followers, and welcome to another book review! Like most people from the days before television, I’m hungry for literature. Like most people growing up in the 2000s, I’m glued to my smartphone. And like most people in the realm of personal finance, I’m looking […]