“When one door closes, another door opens” – Alexander Graham Bell
A big Thank-you to all the readers who’ve followed this blog over the last few years. At last count there were over 20,000 hits. I’ve learnt a bunch and made some good friends along the way.
I’m now working for a specialized healthcare services company in a full-time role, so no longer blogging here.
However, if you are interested in value investing (which has often popped up in this blog) and financial independence, I’m writing at kaizeninvestor.com – where we take “small steps to better investing.” Please feel free to visit and sign up for email updates.
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