As you know, I invite everybody to send in a poem of their own making that holds meaning and mana for them. I ask that the poets share the back-story about the poem. The poems are often a delight and the back-stories are always interesting.
The following poem came from Andy Bia, a fellow online entrepreneur whose blog, BAD INVESTMENT ADVICE (And Ways to Avoid It), covers “the basics of the modern tools and markets” in the stock market world. His site focuses on making the esoteric world of finance more understandable for regular folks.
The blog stance is really sensible. If you get confused by the jargon and don’t even understand what all the mavens and pros are talking about, how can you (as a wanna-be financial wiz) make sensible decisions? Concepts come first, then action.
Andy says he is “not a financial professional.” I say he is still a wise guy.