Good morning all – and happy Saturday!
After a relatively quiet stretch at work (thanks Mr. Market!), things seem to be back with a vengeance.
So much so that I am about to do what I haven’t done for a pretty long time: spend a few hours working on a Saturday morning in order to clear the slate before I log off and enjoy the rest of the weekend.
With that in mind, I will keep this short and sweet.
Below you will find ten top-notch articles to help you design a better, richer life for yourself.
As a bonus, there’s a fantastic tweet thread from Khe Hy at the very bottom – one of the best things I’ve seen from him in a while. Highly recommended.
So kick back, enjoy the reads – and have a wonderful weekend!
From Yours Truly
Finally, A Stock Market Crash! – Mr. Money Mustache
Don’t Anchor Yourself To Your Portfolio High-Water Mark – Jonathan Ping
Rallies To The Bottom – Dollars and Data
“You cannot have the up if you are unwilling to entertain the inevitability of the down”
Live By The Sword – The Reformed Broker
Different Kinds Of BS – Morgan Housel
Geographic Arbitrage And The Beauty Of Having A Plan B – The Escape Artist
And another great, honest update from The Accumulator over at Monevator:
FIRE Update: One Year Anniversary – Monevator
Life goes quick. Blink and it’s gone.
So to wrap things up, here’s a fantastic thread by one of my favourite bloggers on making the most of those special moments:
"Use it or lose it."
It doesn't matter if you're a serial entrepreneur, a professional athlete or a Goldman partner.
No amount of money can bring back these 5 magical windows:
— Khe Hy (@khemaridh) June 5, 2022
Savor those special moments – and have a wonderful weekend!
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