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Weekly Mixtape for February 10th, 2018

  Isaac Presley via Enterprising Investor: Good Financial Adviser/Bad Financial Adviser “Good advisers know when to say “no” and have the courage to stand on principle. Bad advisers take orders from clients, even when those orders may be damaging to their long-term financial well-being, just to keep them with the firm.” The Reformed Broker: The Best Hedge There Is “The best hedge…

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Weekly Mixtape For February, 3rd 2018

  Morgan Housel via Collaborative Fund: It’s Hard To Predict How You’ll Respond To Risk “An underpinning of psychology is that people are poor forecasters of their future selves. There is all kinds of research backing this up. Imagining a goal is easy and fun. Imagining a goal in the context of the real life stresses that grow with competitive pursuits is hard to do,…

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Weekly Mixtape for January 27th, 2018

  Abnormal Returns: Control What You Can And Let The Market Do What It Will “Leave the debate over returns assumptions to the politicians. Control what you can, let the markets do what they are going to do, and focus on the long run.” Morgan Housel via Collaborative Fund: The Thin Line Between Bold and Reckless “The hardest thing about studying…

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Weekly Mixtape for January 20th, 2018

  A Teachable Moment: These Are Life, Really Bad Funds “It’s impossible to view financial services as a respectable profession with this deliberately convoluted and manipulative system in place. The reason: it is confusing and non-transparent to charge people unnecessary fees.” A Wealth Of Common Sense: Why You Should Be Working Less “If you’re constantly working you never have time…

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Weekly Mixtape For January 13th, 2018

    A Wealth Of Common Sense: 10 Things Investors Can Expect in 2018 “I have no idea what’s going to happen — in world events, politics, or the market — in 2018 (and neither does anyone else). This baked in uncertainty is what makes the financial markets equal parts maddening and fun to prepare for.” Morgan Housel via The…

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Weekly Mixtape For January 6th, 2018

Ian Cassel via Intelligent Fanatics: The Fallacy Of Instant Success “As an entrepreneur, it’s important to focus on what you can control, which is continuously making incremental improvements and compounding small daily decisions. If you do the right things long enough, eventually the wave of positive momentum will crest. Focus on the long-term and don’t get discouraged.” Morgan Housel via…

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Weekly Mixtape for December 30th, 2017

Casey Mullooly: You Invest Against Yourself “The idea of accumulating wealth as a way to keep score against others doesn’t make a ton of sense because not everybody is playing the same game as you. You invest against yourself, and that means you get to define the game and make the rules. Do so under your own terms in a way that…

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Weekly Mixtape for December 23rd, 2017

  Morgan Housel via Collaborative Wealth: The Greatest Story Ever Told–it’s long but well worth the time. A must read!! Brendan Mullooly: Investors Are Like Gardners, Not Carpenters “As investors, we crave the controlled, certain, and precise nature of the carpenter’s work, but reality hands us the messy gardener’s circumstances instead. Successful investors realize this, and learn to not let perfect become…

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Weekly Mixtape For December 16th, 2017

The Reformed Broker: A Twist “Right now, there is a very high correlation between the price of Bitcoin and the amount of new accounts being opened on the Coinbase platform. As the new accounts have skyrocketed to north of 13 million or so, the price of a BTC has shot up along with it.” Pragmatic Capitalism: IFGAF > FOMO  “Financial…

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Weekly Mixtape for December 9th, 2017

    GQ: Are You Saving Enough Money? “Your money is like a snowball rolling downhill, except in addition to picking up all the snow on the ground, you’re standing next to it throwing, even more, snow (a.k.a. money) onto it, which in turn, adds more snow (a.k.a. compounded interest) from the ground until eventually, it turns into…Warren Buffet.” Of…

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