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Weekly Mixtape For March 24th, 2018

Week In Review Articles: CNN: Trump Hits China With Tariffs, Heightening Concerns Of Global Trade War Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump Signs Spending Bill After Threatening To Veto It Wall Street Journal: How Facebook’s Past Data Policy Has Come Back To Haunt It Wall Street Journal: U.S. Stocks End Worst Week In Years Mixtape The Irrelevant Investor: The Easy Pickings “The smartest…

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Weekly Mixtape For March 17th, 2018

Week In Review Articles: CBS Sports: No. 16 UMBC Upset No.1 Virginia And March Madness Will Never Be The Same Bloomberg: Consumer Sentiment In U.S. Jumps To Highest Level Since 2004 Wall Street Journal: Attorney General Fires Ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Who Was Set To Retire Sunday Wall Street Journal: Justice Department Widens Wells Fargo Sales Investigation To Wealth…

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Weekly Mixtape For March 10th, 2018

Week In Review Articles: Wall Street Journal: U.S. Stocks Rally On Jobs Report Wall Street Journal: U.S. Allies Jockey For Tariff Exemptions New York Times: Gray Cohen Says He Will Resign As Trump’s Top Economic Advisor Wall Street Journal: Mortgage Rates At A Four-Year High Threaten To Roil Housing (That’s a bit aggressive!) Mixtape Brendan Mullooly: Fooled By Optimism “Healthy debate and pushback…

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Weekly Mixtape for March 3rd, 2018

Week In Review Articles: Wall Street Journal: If You Didn’t Sell Stocks This Month, You’ve Probably Got FOMO Wall Street Journal: Fed’s Powell Says His Economic Outlook Has Improved Reuters: “Trade Wars Are Good Trump Says, Defying Global Concern Over Tariff Mixtape Morgan Housel via Collaborative Fund: Obvious Things That Easily Escape Attention “Obvious things escape attention because attention is drawn…

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Weekly Mixtape For February 24th, 2018

Week In Review Articles: Wall Street Journal: Ex-Trump Adviser Richard Gates Pleads Guilty In Mueller Probe USA Today: Gun Control Demonstrations Planned Around U.S After Florida School Shooting USA Women’s Hockey Olympic Gold Shootout Mixtape Robin Powell: Misguided Advisors: Are They Conflicted Or Incompetent? “The researchers found that, contrary to common perception, it isn’t conflicts of interest that leads advisers to…

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Weekly Mixtape for February 17th, 2018

Week In Review Articles Wall Street Journal: Russians Charged With Interference In U.S. Election The New York Times: What Explains U.S. Mass Shootings   Mixtape Jason Zweig via Wall Street Journal: Meet The Guy Who Gets Financial Advisors Appearances At Harvard And West Point Investors Beware! Morgan Housel: Making Sense vs. Being Right “People tend to care about something making sense more…

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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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