Monday, March 4, 2019

This is not financial advice, continued

power tie + magic pen

Last week I wrote about my goal to purchase one (1) share of stock in each of six (6) publicly-traded hospice corporations.

Willing Buyer met Willing Seller with the help of our good friend The Invisible Hand, and I've collected my shares in an orange crate for safe keeping. 

Actually, there's just an electronic record of the whole mess 'o transactions somewhere out in space. No physical money was exchanged, and I don't know if anyone still even issues stock certificates.

Anywhoozle, it's done.

Why did I do this? 

I didn't do it to get rich. One share won't cut it. 

And it's not an 'investment' in the sense of my wanting to end up with more money in my pocket because of this particular decision.

Also, too: this is not financial or investment advice.

I'm interested in what's going on in the hospice space, and these folks are messing in it. I'd rather learn about them from this perspective. They're in charge, and I get to pester them with questions, opinions, and advice.

Thanks for reading. See you next time.

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