Slope of Hope Blog Posts
Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
This is not medical advice, but if you ever accidentally consume poison and need to induce vomiting swiftly, I urge you to refer to this post. I managed to dig up a few pages from the nearly 700 pages of texts between Elizabeth “I’m 19” Holmes and Sunny “I’m in my mid-40s” Balwani while they were banging each other co-leading Theranos. Shield your eyes, Frank.(more…)
It’s been quite a 48 hours in crypto-land! Let’s review……..(more…)
As crazy as I am about CryptoStream (it’s my constant companion), the one thing it was never designed for was tax calculations. In other words, a system to track all your trading, keep track of overall profits and losses, and boil it all down at the end of the year into something meaningful and IRS-ready.
I stumbled upon Cointracker, which you can learn about here, in case you’re trading crypto. It has to grind awhile for a while to do the “wallet synch”, since the data in the crypto world is large and unwieldy, but it gets the job done. Below I’ve pasted my own chart from them, which shows the cash I keep throwing into my account (orange dotted line) and the total value (the blue line). The spread between them, I’m pleased to say, represents the profits.
And to think how many people were breathlessly awaiting the deployment of this security. Can you imagine what it would be worth in a normal, organic market? No, you can’t. Because it would never have gone public in the first place.