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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- If more money is one of your goals, follow Sam’s example with bananas or Fred’s example with Ice and turn Nothing into Something. (Dollars and Data – Nick Maggiulli)
- In things vs. experiences for happiness, it depends whether you already have things. Is buying experiences better than buying things? Not for everyone. (Big Think – Scotty Hendricks)
- A little bit sarcastic, but still the single most important thing you can read right now. Long-Term News (Collaborative Fund – Morgan Housel)
- Wages continue to improve, albeit slowly, as median household income in the U.S. reaches $61,372. Middle Class income rose above $60,000 for the first time last year… (Washington Post – Heather Long & Jeff Stein)
- Another simple path to a do-it-yourself Financial Plan. 10 Steps to a DIY Financial Plan (Schwab – Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz)
- Of course we will “survive,” but that’s not the real question. We want to know the unknowable – when will it arrive; how bad will it get; how do we avoid it. Can We Survive the Next Financial Crisis? (Bloomberg – Yalman Onaran)
- If it is free; it is probably not free. Robinhood is Making Millions Selling Out Their Millennial Customers to High-Frequency Traders (Seeking Alpha – Logan Kane)
- Behavior is the dominant variable in investment success. The ‘best’ portfolio is the one you stick with. The Perfect Portfolio (Backcourt Report – JD Gardner)