Greatest Hits: Volume 36

Greatest Hits

Good morning all – and happy Saturday!

I’m in an airport lounge gearing up for a quick weekend getaway, so I will keep it short and sweet this time around.

The good news is that we had a pretty decent week in the markets.

The bad news is that we are still in a bear market – and no one (no matter what they tell you) knows how things will pan out from here onwards.

The best we can do is take an educated guess – and my own guess is that between inflation, interest rate rises, a war, and a potential recession, we are still far away from being out of the woods.

Which also happens to be good news – because the absolute best time to invest is WHILE we are in the proverbial woods, not when it’s an absolute no-brainer because “stocks only go up”.

Next week, I’ll talk through some mental frameworks for navigating the current stock market environment.

In the meantime, I hope you have a fantastic weekend.  Kick back, relax, and enjoy the top-notch personal reads below!

From Yours Truly

Is Passive Investing A Blatant Lie?

How To Create Something From Nothing

The $100m Club

Building Wealth

Too Good To Be True – Dollars and Data

The Two Most Important Words In A Bear Market – Tony Isola

How Long Does It Take For Stocks To Bottom In A Bear Market? – Ben Carlson

Risk Happens Fast – Young Money

A Time To Puke – Belle Curve

And in case you don’t like puking:

The Case For Owning Bonds – Ben Carlson (yes, it’s a double feature this week)

Early Retirement

Did We Retire At The Worst Possible Time? – Eat Sleep Breathe FI

Lifestyle Design

The Greatest Life Hacks In The World – New York Times

The Difference Between Busy and Non-Busy People – Joshua Becker

All Around

Once In A Lifetime – Morgan Housel

Have an awesome start to the weekend everyone!

– Damian


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