Bumfuzzle https://www.bumfuzzle.com Live Small, Venture Wide Sat, 24 Jun 2017 00:54:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Wanderer and OMentoring Combo Special https://www.bumfuzzle.com/wanderer-omentoring-combo/ https://www.bumfuzzle.com/wanderer-omentoring-combo/#comments Tue, 13 Jun 2017 13:12:56 +0000 https://www.bumfuzzle.com/?p=26006 My entire adult life I’ve been a trader. You’d think that would make me really good at haggling for the best deal in all the little markets I’ve strolled through around the world—it doesn’t. But it does make me good at a couple of things. I can make money from ... Read More

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My entire adult life I’ve been a trader. You’d think that would make me really good at haggling for the best deal in all the little markets I’ve strolled through around the world—it doesn’t. But it does make me good at a couple of things. I can make money from anywhere—a beach, a boat, a motorhome—and I can manage the risk on that money so that I don’t ever find myself in the unfortunate position of having to exchange my wandering ways for a desk, and a commute.

Since 2015 I’ve been mentoring traders. I answer questions, I guide them through the maze of the financial markets, I teach them how to read stock charts, I make and share trades, I comment on other’s trade ideas, and I provide a welcoming and very united chat room for us to do all of this together throughout the trading day. The focus is on short-term trades using options for leverage. We have fun, we learn a lot from each other, and we trade. I don’t advertise my business anywhere outside of Bumfuzzle, which means all of my students come to me organically from a blog about travel, not a get-rich-quick finance blog. This is the underlying reason that we all enjoy it so much. One of the students posted this out of the blue the other night, and I thought it said a lot about the community we’ve created:

Hey gang- I just want to say that I really appreciate this group. Life takes me to different places and hands me interesting opportunities and I appreciate your company along the journey. I may not be sharing a lot sometimes, but your camaraderie is meaningful to me. The world is full of strangers. Your friendships are great and I hope you’re around for all the fun we’re going to have.

Recently, I also launched a weekly financial newsletter that focuses on longer-term trade setups. It’s a great compliment to what I’ve already been doing. My partner and I spend a lot of time searching for solid trades with good risk/reward, and we send out trade alerts when those hit. Then, each Sunday we recap the past week, and highlight some current trades that we see setting up.

My regular rate for OMentoring is $250 per month. Wanderer Financial is $795 per year, but while getting it off the ground we’re offering it at $595.

With the success of our newsletter launch, I realized that I’d really like to see as many of these new subscribers succeed at this as possible. It’s also in my best interest, obviously, that everyone do well. With that in mind I’m offering a special rate on OMentoring:

Anyone who signs up for the Wanderer Financial Newsletter can now join OMentoring for just $99 per month!

 

OMENTORING & WANDERER COMBO SIGN-UP

If you’ve already joined Wanderer, great, just click above to join OMentoring.
Also, while we can accept an unlimited amount of subscribers to Wanderer, I can only take on an additional 40 to OMentoring.

 

  • Weekly Newsletter containing market commentary, trade setups, and stories unique to a wandering trader’s lifestyle.
  • Market Commentary containing:
    • News Recaps – easy to understand, simplified review, of the global financial news.
    • Weekly trade setups – review of current trades, as well as potential trade setups that we are watching.
    • Simple, easy-to-understand charts with notes and explanations.
  • Real-time Trade Alerts delivered via email. Alerts include entry prices, exits, stop-losses, and percent of model portfolio allocated for trade.
  • Complete Web Access to our subscriber-only site which includes:
    • Access to a member-only Trading Resource Center
    • Access to all past newsletters
    • Current trade updates
    • Beginner to Advanced Lessons & Guides
  • Mobility. This is the perfect trading system for anyone who wants to actively generate income while living a mobile lifestyle. It’s ideal for:
    • Retirees
    • Full-time travelers/wanderers
    • Trading enthusiasts who don’t want to devote their entire day to researching the markets, but still want to be actively involved, taking control of their portfolios.
    • Anyone who wants to trade, but still find plenty of time to enjoy life!

RECEIVE A FREE TRIAL NEWSLETTER!

 

  • One-on-One Mentoring – I’m available for questions via e-mail, the live chat, or direct message, any time.
  • Daily Live Chat
    • Ongoing discussion of the financial markets.
    • Tons of charts as we analyze our core group of stocks.
    • A like-minded, fun-loving, incredibly supportive group of traders who have all come here organically through Bumfuzzle.
  • Real-time Trade Alerts – If you are in the chat you’ll be there as it happens. If not, no worries, you’ll get an e-mail right away.
  • Complete Web Access –  The subscriber site contains over 100 blog posts covering just about any trading topic you can think of.
  • Expertise – I have spent my entire career trading the markets, and just about my entire adult life doing so from all over the world, from the trading floor, to boats, to motorhomes.

START LEARNING & TRADING TODAY!

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Tie a Knot in my Taco https://www.bumfuzzle.com/tie-knot-taco/ https://www.bumfuzzle.com/tie-knot-taco/#comments Fri, 09 Jun 2017 16:34:20 +0000 https://www.bumfuzzle.com/?p=26131 We spent a couple more days just hanging out around Patzcuaro. When Lowe gets a plate of tacos in front of him he always asks me or Ali what I consider to be about the cutest question in the world, “Can you tie a knot in my taco?” He needs ... Read More

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We spent a couple more days just hanging out around Patzcuaro.

When Lowe gets a plate of tacos in front of him he always asks me or Ali what I consider to be about the cutest question in the world, “Can you tie a knot in my taco?” He needs the bottom folded over so he doesn’t loose his meat when he takes a bite.

The kids grabbed the camera and took a few shots.

Goofy-footed on a skateboard, regular on the surf.

For the weekend we decided to leave the Airstream behind and take a little road trip to Uruapan, where we could bounce around and see a few different things.

Tingambato was along the way.

Then it was on to Uruapan. The center of the avocado universe. When Ouest eats a bowl of guacamole with a spoon, this is where it begins its life. It’s a bustling city with not a single gringo in it, as far as I can tell. The town is interesting to walk around for a while, but it’s a bit of a depressing place. We never linger long here. It’s just a good jumping off point to the things we want to see in the area.

All the good stuff sold out, apparently. But that wouldn’t stop my kids from wiggling the handle and flipping the door open.

It’s a tale as old as time.


Thanks entirely to you all, we reached our initial subscriber goal. If you’ve been on the fence about joining I’ll just say that if you had joined earlier you could have already paid for the year with just our last trade alone. If you’ve got questions, shoot me an e-mail and I’m happy to talk about it. The service isn’t right for every situation, and I’ve already talked a bunch of people out of joining, but for those of you interested in taking a little control without the need to hover over a screen all day, make some of your own trades, and make money even if the market drops (using inverse ETFs), it could be a good fit. Learn more about the Wanderer Newsletter here.

I’m also offering a special on my mentoring service for Wanderer subscribers. More information on that: Wanderer and Omentoring Combo.

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Quiroga Carnitas https://www.bumfuzzle.com/quiroga-carnitas/ https://www.bumfuzzle.com/quiroga-carnitas/#comments Sun, 04 Jun 2017 11:30:05 +0000 https://www.bumfuzzle.com/?p=26099 On Sunday the town of Quiroga comes to life with a big market, and even bigger display of carnitas. Lining the road are the men who prepare the meat, each in their own special way, all of the delicious. They stand there cutting and slapping piles of meat on paper ... Read More

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On Sunday the town of Quiroga comes to life with a big market, and even bigger display of carnitas. Lining the road are the men who prepare the meat, each in their own special way, all of the delicious. They stand there cutting and slapping piles of meat on paper for buyers while keeping a keen eye for anyone who looks hungry, who they then hand a big chunk over to in order to try and score the business. It’s a fun place, vibrant, happy, and tasty.

Horchata only comes in one size in Mexico—extra giant. The kids split one of those and it is still at least double what they should have.

I swear she really wanted her face painted.

Over the course of an hour I never once saw these two ladies stop eating and laughing. They’d finish what they had, toddle off for something else, and eat some more. I wonder how many years they’ve been doing this together on Sundays. I should have asked.

The lady tried to convince Lowe to get Spider-Man. I suspect that’s what most kids get, and she has the process down. But Lowe was having none of it. He wanted Místico, the famous Mexican luchador.

Sunday afternoon in Patzcuaro’s plaza.

The tiny puppy fad has engulfed Mexico now, too. Everywhere you look you see chihuahuas that are only a couple weeks old. Ali asked this lady if the dog had a mama. She said no, and shook her head sorrowfully, as if she had just rescued the poor puppy from a gutter. A dubious claim.

Turnin’ that frown upside down.

The kids got a “boombox” at the market, and suddenly thought they were the coolest on the block.

Complete with headset mic, perfect for doing baseball play-by-play.

And scorekeeping.


I’ve got about 15 spots left for the new special offering my Omentoring service, to those that also subscribe to Wanderer Financial, for just $99 a month. For more information, please read my previous post, Wanderer and Omentoring Combo.

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