We are what we think.
We think what we read.
Share the best bits.
What are you reading?
ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- If you ever start thinking: “I am smart enough to be effectively immune [from cognitive bias].” First, know… You are NOT. Second, read This is Why We Can’t Have nice Things. (Epsilon Theory)
- Practice radical acceptance to prevent your pain from becoming suffering. Pain and Suffering Are Not The Same Thing. (Money Lode)
- I wonder about this all the time. Why do we feel so different? Are we really? In honor of Stephen Hawking. The Universe In Verse: Marie Howe reads “Singularity” (Vimeo)
- It is important to understand the link between low-low prices and stagnant wages. It’s probably OK for some of us to pay more for a shirt or a meal if it means that others get a slightly higher wage. It feels good to blame the middle man, but notice your own desire for a bargain? The Links Between Stagnating Wages and Buyer Power (Washington Center for Equitable Growth)
- With summer approaching, this is the one thing you could read to literally save a loved one’s life. Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning. (Soundings)
- You CHOOSE your beliefs. When you decide to read something negative (and take it at face value), you are buying into something. Optimism Doesn’t Sell. (Medium)
- There is a LOT of ‘factor’ research… Not all of it robust. The 300 secrets* to high stock returns. (ChicagoBooth)
- Higher probability outcomes involve higher savings rate. The Impact of Saving Versus Return on Wealth (aaii)
Earlier on Happiness Dividend:
The Market Cycle and Investing. The impossibility of market timing and the reason we stay broadly diversified at all times.