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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- There is absolutely nothing wrong with starting a business; nothing “less than” about profiting from creating a good or service that people desire and enjoy. Capitalism is not a dirty word. Ignoring the Invisible Hand (Advisor Perspectives)
- Steve Jobs said, “Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever discovered.” Jack Kornfield says, “The trouble is, you think you have time.” (WildMind)
- The future is not just unknown… it is unknowable. This is why it is so often and so easily the subject of catastrophizing. But, an anecdote does not make a statistic; nor does someone’s belief about a possible future make it a reality. Good News is Gradual, Bad News is Sudden (Matt Ridley)
- Everything compounds. What are you compounding? Compound Interests (DennisMoseleySilliams)
- Markets correct. Period. The fact that markets correct is a feature not a bug. The quicker you understand and get used to it – the better off you will be as an investor. A Historical Perspective of Market Corrections. (FactSet)
- (wonky, with charts) Just before you get sucked into the it’s-all-so-horrible chatter, take a look at Scott Grannis’ data in Job’s Nirvana (Calafia Beach Pundit)
- When companies buy back stock, earnings per share (EPS) increases. This equation is exceedingly simple. 2018 Share Buybacks could exceed $800 Billion… (Chuck Jones)
- The fastest state-of-the-art mathematical algorithms and the biggest data sets have not improved client outcomes… perhaps it is time to try a little humility and a lot of patience? The Growing Crisis in Modern Finance (Brett Steenbarger)
Earlier on Happiness Dividend: