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Weekly Mixtape For March 29th, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Trump Signs $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill After Swift Passage by House The WSJ: Dow Rallies 6.4% After Stimulus Vote The WSJ: Record Rise in Unemployment Claims Halts Historic Run of Job Growth The WSJ: Fed Unveils Major Expansion of Market Intervention   Optimistic post day 10: ✅ Trees need wind to blow against them because it causes…

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Weekly Mixtape For March 22nd, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Bond-Market Strains Keep Traders on Edge The WSJ: Stimulus Talks Hit Snags on How to Provide Assistance to Americans Here we go! Next Wednesday we’re getting proximate to ALL Americans who need financial guidance and healing thoughts. Thank you to @behaviorgap for his time and thoughtful giving in order to make this happen. Please sure the…

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Weekly Mixtape For March 15th, 2020

Week In Review Articles None A couple weeks ago, it was “just a correction.” Now it’s “worse than 2008.” Nobody knows, so just exercise prudence. Those who were harmed worst in ’08 were those who abandoned their plans in panic. A great deal of a recovery comes in its initial stages. Nobody can time it well. — Lawrence Hamtil (@lhamtil)…

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Weekly Mixtape For March 8th, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Bonds Rally as Stocks Close Lower The WSJ: U.S. Employers Added 273,000 Jobs in February; Jobless Rate Ticked Down to 3.5% The WSJ: Mortgage Rates Hit Record Low, but Coronavirus May Deter Buyers The WSJ: Oil Prices Plunge After Russia-Saudi Split Weekly Mixtape Morgan Housel: Death, Taxes, and Three Other Inevitable Things “Booms and busts will never go away…

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Weekly Mixtape For March 1, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Stocks Suffer Biggest Weekly Losses Since 2008 The WSJ: Federal Reserve Will ‘Act as Appropriate to Support Economy The WSJ: Amazon Opens Cashierless Supermarket in Latest Push to Sell Food Shoutout to my pal Michael Batnick For This Great Chart!!! Weekly Mixtape Pragmatic Capitalism: A Crisis is the Worst Time to Learn Your Risk Tolerance “The only other thing…

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Weekly Mixtape For February 23rd, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Stocks, Bond Yields Drop on Worries About Coronavirus The WSJ: Apple to Fall Short of Projected Revenue Due to Coronavirus The WSJ: Fed Minutes Show Comfort With Economy, Rate Stance Last Month The WSJ: Bernie Sanders Looks Ahead After Nevada Caucuses Win The WSJ: Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Stock Underperforms the Most Since 2009 The WSJ: Losing $450,000 in Three…

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Weekly Mixtape For February 16th, 2020

No Video This Week. Week In Review Articles The WSJ: U.S. Consumer Spending Picks Up, While Manufacturing Declines The WSJ: Credit-Card Debt in U.S. Rises to Record $930 Billion Weekly Mixtape Morgan Housel: History Is Only Interesting Because Nothing Is Inevitable “When you look back at what people said in the late 1920s – their confidence, their clarity, their logic – you can’t…

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Weekly Mixtape For February 9th, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: U.S. Stocks Fall, But Post Big Weekly Gains The WSJ: U.S. Economy Added 225,000 Jobs in January The WSJ: China to Cut Tariffs on $75 Billion of U.S. Goods The WSJ: Trump Touts Economy, Ignores Impeachment in State of the Union Speech The WSJ: Brexit Is Done: The U.K. Has Left the European Union Love it. “Inside each and…

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Weekly Mixtape For February 2nd, 2020

Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Dow Drops 600 Points on Global Growth Concerns The WSJ: Brexit Is Done: The U.K. Has Left the European Union The WSJ: U.S. Economy Heads Into 2020 With Steady Growth The WSJ: Impeachment Winds Down With Whimper as Washington Moves On I have a slightly different angle. I ask, “Assume we’re working together. What would success look like…

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Weekly Mixtape For January 26th, 2019

No Week In Review video or articles this week; I didn’t find anything worth discussing, which isn’t a bad thing!!   I would argue social capital is the most valuable currency on the planet. Invest in personal relationships for the highest return. — Charlotte Geletka #TheAdvisorWarrior (@CharlotteGelet1) January 24, 2020 Weekly Mixtape Morgan Housel: Wealth Is What You Don’t Spend “he…

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