Weekly Mixtape For November 1st, 2020

Week In Review Articles

The WSJ: U.S. Economy Recovered Significant Ground in Record Third-Quarter GDP Rebound

The WSJ: Dow Wraps Up Worst Month Since March

The WSJ: Amy Coney Barrett Sworn In as Supreme Court Justice

CNBC.com: Prime Minister Boris Johnson Imposes Stay-At-Home Order In England As Coronavirus Cases Surge

Weekly Mixtape

Morgan Housel: I Have A Few Questions “How much have things outside of my control contributed to things I take credit for?”

A Wealth Of Common Sense: The Only 5 Things You Can Invest In I’ve learned over the years one of the best ways to approach this is the things you don’t invest your energy on. This could be avoiding friendships with people who are constantly negative or toxic. Or maybe avoiding clients or workplaces that will suck your energy dry. Or bad habits that make you feel lethargic, tired or stressed. The people, work and activities you don’t invest your energy in can help you focus on what really matters.

Humble Dollar: Doing Good “I firmly believe helping others with our money can be a spiritual antidote to today’s endless consumerism.”

Of Dollars And Data: Why You Shouldn’t Max Out Your 401(k) “And if I had written him off based on what was wrong instead of trying to understand what might be right, then I would have failed to expand my financial knowledge.  Remember, mocking someone is easy, but learning from them is hard. “

Alexa Kane, CFP®: Fairy Tales And Finance “Okay, so maybe this fairy tale is not EXACTLY about financial planning.  I still think the story has great lessons for life and for financial planning (and I really want to dress up as a piglet!). Make sure you are sharing meaningful money lessons with your kids and grandkids over time. They will thank you for your money wisdom later!”

Thomas Kopelman: The 25 Most Impactful Things I Have Learned In The First 25 Years Of Life


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