Roads, bridges, buses, trains, and broadband internet all make it possible for people to go to work and do their jobs. So does child care. We can’t invest in creating jobs without investing in quality, affordable child care.
"While other countries determined that investing in child care is an easy way to encourage motherhood, the US determined what’s easiest is simply berating families who can’t make it work, telling them they should have budgeted better or saved more." https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/birth-rate-american-mothers/2021/06/14/045c4684-c950-11eb-81b1-34796c7393af_story.html …
investing in a water dispenser as opposed to bottled water is the smart thing to do. you’ll probably spend less on water in the long term and use less plastic. sustainability >>>
Virginia has 69,000 people behind bars. That's more incarcerated people in our Commonwealth than in the entire nations of France, Italy, or Germany. The crime rate here hasn't budged. Mass incarceration doesn't work. Investing our incarceration budget into social services will.
Never go cheap on: > Health (eg gym and exercise equipment) > Good food > Experiences > Self education (books, courses, coaching) > A quality mattress > Gifts for people you love When it comes to investing in your long term health and well being, it's always worth it.
Y'all see that Mark Cuban said AMC is a good investment if you know why you are investing.
Your edge is in the areas you are different/unique, not the same as other investors. It's why it's important to study the entire craft of trading/investing from private to publics, vc to value, technology to commodities to real estate, study all the greats.
5-things you will regret not doing sooner: - Starting a side hustle - Working on yourself - Reading books - Working out - Investing What else would you add?
It's 2021, and LGBTQ+ children are still not safe at school. Investing in whole school approaches to LGBTQ inclusion, and combating HBT bullying is *urgent*. We are letting generation after generation down https://twitter.com/the__chez/status/1404715203619606536 …
A powerful new quantum computer has been unveiled in Germany - it's considered a key technology of the future that countries around the world are investing billions in. Angela Merkel, a former quantum chemist, called it a "miracle of technology." https://www.dw.com/en/ibm-unveils-first-quantum-computer-in-germany/a-57909494 …
A funny observation from founders I work with: Investors investing $10K do more diligence than investors investing $1M