wayne fajkus wrote:
I'd rather see a group stock market club. People pull dollars and buy stocks. Its still gambling but history proves it exceeds inflation over time. Its hard to buy one $20 stock when it costs $7 to buy it and another $7 to sell it. With a club you are spreading the $7 over $1,000 or more.
Many top stocks are pricey, which makes it hard to get started. Take Amazon, at $1000 a share. At Stockpile, you can buy fractional shares. Buy $50 of Amazon and get 0.05 shares.
We believe that the financial system should help the rest of us, not just the wealthy.
We’ve cut the fat that makes other brokerages costly, like manual account management and hundreds of storefront locations, so we can offer zero commission trading.
Kendall Norman wrote:
Also as far as heating goes, any advice on a simple heating system for a tiny house and how to effectively insulate it for my harsher winters?
Mike Dinsmoor wrote:Thanks for sharing this. This could be important info for other builders. I'm wondering if some heat got past the fire bricks at one of the seems. Did you mortar your fire brick? If so, was there any signs of cracked mortar?
It think there is an important lesson here for those building over wood subfloors. You need to have a backup incase burn chamber containment is breached. Perlite is not going to be good enough.