Good morning all – and happy Saturday!
It happens to the best of us.
At some point, the siren song of a warm Friday night on the patio got the better of me – and so I missed a regularly scheduled edition of Greatest Hits two weeks ago.
Which is just as well. There’s a time to build wealth, and a time to relax.
August is perfectly suited for the latter – and I hope everyone reading these words managed a bit of a break over the last few weeks of the summer.
Now that we are in September, it’s time to get back in the saddle and go back to the business of making some money.
Which is exactly what the posts below are designed to help you with.
Enjoy – and have a wonderful weekend.
From Yours Truly
Five Uncomfortable Facts About Investing
Making Dumb Financial Decisions, On Purpose – Ben Carlson
In Search Of A Perfect Investor – Jesse Cramer
Is Wealth A Zero-Sum Game? – The Darwinian Doctor
The Greatest Factor To Successful Investing – Financial Pupil
Pros and Cons of Being Wealthy – Monevator
Usually, this section is all about early retirement.
So to change it up, here’s a thesis AGAINST calling it quits:
Why You Should Never Retire – Can I Retire Yet?
Six Types Of Wealth – Jack Raines
If you haven’t experienced anxiety, consider yourself lucky.
But if you have, not all is lost. The Escape Artist shares his toolbox for dealing with anxiety:
Is It Possible To Suffer From Anxiety If You Do These Things? – The Escape Artist
The Thin Line Between Bold and Reckless – Morgan Housel
And that’s a wrap.
Relax, kick back, and have a fantastic weekend everyone!
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