Weekly Mixtape for July 28th, 2017

Every Friday I’ll be releasing my own compilation, a mixtape if you will, of blog posts from the week I think are worth your time.

The boys are staying at their grandparent’s this evening, so my wife and I get a night out on the town, which means I’m under a strict deadline. Short and sweet for the intro this week…enjoy!

BPS and Pieces: My “Drop What I’m Doing” List A great list of people to follow; I would put many of these on my own list. If you’re looking to learn more about investing, pick a few of these great minds list to follow–make sure you read everything they put out.

A Wealth Of Common Sense: The Best Books on Financial Market History  As a follow up to the list in the first link, Ben Carlson shares his favorite books on the history of the stock market. While Phil’s list will help you learn about what’s going on in the markets today, Ben’s list will help you get a better understanding of what has shaped the markets we have now. I’m personally looking forward to reading  The Great Depression: A Diary.

Morgan Housel via Collaborative Fund: This is hard Because Nothing is Black and White “Because most of what matters can’t be easily defined as black or white. It’s s vague, shifting shade of grey.”  Morgan doing what Morgan does best!

Free Up: Experiences Make You Happy, Not Things  While things are fun for awhile, the memories made through experiences last much longer; millennials understand this, and more and more of us are spending our discretionary income on experiences and not material things. The evidence can be seen in the retail industry’s struggle, and the concert and travel industry’s strength.

All About Your Benjamins: Start With the Right Intent


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