I have taught pre-school children for over 40
years (one of them is my daughter in law now and mother
of three of my grandchildren). The best book that I
have ever read on raising children is "Shepherding A
Child's Heart" by Tedd Tripp. You can get it from Amazon
or direct from the publisher: Shepherd Press, PO Box
24, Wapwallopen, PA 18660. If you use child care,
insist that they read this book if they want to keep
caring for your child. PS: Be sure to sell your AMZN
before 10/28/99. Buy it back for much less two weeks
7400% weekly! I loved AAPL at 13-17, when
everyone thought they were dead, but by the time 40s hit I
thought 'Hey, get out!' I am almost always too early. But
I heard there were worse things to put on one's
tombstone than: 'He left some on the table'.
You would certainly regret a sale like that,
given your growth rates. I know your'e joking, but sec
has no sense of humour. Today some folks got in
trouble trying to sell unregistered shares on e-bay! And
how about Geronimo's Headress?! Wishing you future
That's great. That definately beats my measley
5.24% :) But this was an execptionally good day after
all. Unfortunately not all of my stocks are in
"season" right now.
I just hope for all of my
increases to exceed the decreases.
I had no idea the pace would have picked up that
much by offering credit. I think you're on to
something. I also think that companies such as amzn take
heed of suggestions on these discussion boards, I've
seen to often something criticle about a cos
shortcoming, then with weeks, the company has rectified it.
After all, we are all potential customers, and a co
like amzn is very customer oriented. I think they
might have a sort of group like you suggest, I looked
at so much of their site last sat that its rather
all a blur right now. But I have a book suggestion
you might find as useful as I did when my daughters
were young. It's called 'Thinking is Child's Play' I
tried to find it, to no avail, so I can't give ISBN or
even author, but I think it could prove to be useful
in the intellectual developement of your daughter.
Keep up the great thinking!