Week In Review Articles
There comes a point in time when you have to stop trying to convince people who refuse to be convinced. It’s more productive to focus on the people that have synergy with your vision. Find the people that are already walking in your direction and get them to run.
— Ian Cassel (@iancassel) August 3, 2019
Morgan Housel: Universal Laws Of The World “If something is true in one field it’s probably true in others. Restricting your attention to your own field blinds you to how many important things people from other fields have figured out that are relevant to your own.”
Jason Zweig: Where Did This Bull Market Come From, Anyway? “Variations on that are countless—and endlessly confusing. Only by looking back at the history of these terms can you can get a better sense of what they mean, why they matter and how you should factor them into your thinking.”
The Irrelevant Investor: Never Argue With People Who Say “Arguments are dead ends because people don’t change their minds when they’re using emotions instead of data. Thankfully, would-be arguers often tip their hand.”
Ryan Krueger: GRindexing “”There are countless ways to measure the progress of an investment plan, and even more indexes to track performance. Why isn’t peace of mind one of them? It can unlock doors we never knew existed, creating more time (most valuable asset in the world) to explore. There is a big difference between retiring from something versus a pursuit toward something.”
Calibrating Capital: Living In Today–A Case Study ” Find something that brings joy and slowness into the present moment. And commit to doing it. It’s hard – it really is. But as the gentleman bass-fisherman reminded me, it’s necessary.”
The Wall Street Journal: The Fasting Cure Is No Fad “I’ve employed what’s called intermittent fasting, or time-restricted eating, to help patients with an array of chronic conditions. These include diabetes, high blood pressure, rheumatism and bowel diseases, as well as pain syndromes such as migraines and osteoarthritis.”
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