Weekly Mixtape For May 15th, 2022

““The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.”

Week In Review Articles

The WSJ: Buffalo Supermarket Shooting Leaves at Least 10 Dead

The WSJ: Stocks Trim Weekly Losses With Friday Gains

The WSJ: Inflation Slipped in April, but Upward Pressures Remain

The WSJ: Senate Confirms Jerome Powell to Second Term Leading Federal Reserve

The WSJ: Crash of TerraUSD Shakes Crypto. ‘There Was a Run on the Bank.’

The WSJ: Apple Is Discontinuing the iPod After a More Than Two Decade Run

The WSJ: Lunar Eclipse 2022: When and How to Watch the Blood Moon

Danny Miranda on Twitter: “Don’t ask “how are you?”Instead, ask… * “What’s bringing you joy?”* “What’s the best thing that happened to you in the past day/week?”* “How are you spending your time?” / Twitter”

Don’t ask “how are you?”Instead, ask… * “What’s bringing you joy?”* “What’s the best thing that happened to you in the past day/week?”* “How are you spending your time?”

Weekly Mixtape

Morgan Housel: A Few Beliefs “Having your views confirmed is a powerful and addictive drug.

Bob Seawright: So What?!? “:The inherent contradiction of false knowledge is that it feels like it’s true. Our bias blindness is such that, most of the time, only people on the outside can see we’re full of it.

Dr. Joy Lere: Insight & Action: The Push and Pull of Porcupines “Humility helps us stay open and makes us more approachable. People see through the facade of pretension but respect authenticity. Don’t try to be anything other than human. You’re not fooling anyone.

Dr. Phil Pearlman: Where Do I Begin? “These are the two things to start with that are fundamental and serve as the gateway to better fitness and more healthy habits that begin to click as you make walking and eating right habits.

Lazetta Rainey Braxton: Should Gen Xers Keep Or Toss The Term Retire? “For some odd reason, saying the word (retire) aloud engendered a feeling of decline and a loss of purpose and identity. My fear of the future surfaced with irrational thoughts about transitioning from working to exiting this earth.

A Wealth Of Common Sense: Things You See In Every Bear Market “In every bear marketsome asset class, strategy or investment doesn’t behave like it’s supposed to. Diversification itself often gets called into question.

The Irrelevant Investor: Twenty Lessons “It’s important to never let a bad market go to waste. Our portfolios might be down, but we can learn and grow from experiences like this.

Sam Ro: Bear Markets And The Truth About Investing “This all speaks to two conflicting realities investors must cope with: In the long run, things almost always work out for the better, but in the short run, anything and everything can go wrong. This is what investing in the stock market is all about.

All About Your Benjamins The Podcast: The Next Episode-Pre-Encore Planning

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