10 Jan The Weekend Starts Here....
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“January is a time to look back upon the dunghill of a year that has passed, and to look forward to the miseries to come.” How very cheerful 🙄. Why January is called January [Inky Fool 1 min read]
It’s only 10th January and I’ve already added a new word to my vocabulary. Begpackers. Shocking. [7 min read]
I feel as if I spent a considerable amount of time in the second half of last year watching the slow-motion car crash that was Neil Woodford’s fall from grace (I see he’s now peddling his wares in China). I’ve lost count of the number of times I have thought about the huge gulf between that and the experience our clients have as investors. The men behind our money (that’s mine and theirs). [DFA via Robin Powell 3 min read plus 3:57 video]
10 Things Investors Can Expect in 2020 [Ben Carlson 4 min read]
The path to Grown-Up Mountain [Tim Urban Image]
It’s lines like this that keep me reading Josh’s blog: “There is a cottage industry of commentators who start with an opinion of what should happen, and then tell you why they would have been right if it weren’t for those meddling kids.” We should all expect to be wrong, all the time [Josh Brown 4 min read]
Bob Seawright was thinking about this too. [Bob Seawright 7 min read]
Tools for 2020 [Mike Dariano 2 min read]
What I Believe Least [Morgan Housel 4 min read]
I shared this next one on LinkedIn and was amazed by the sniping comments it received. Or maybe not. LinkedIn can often seem like Facebook [Michael Batnick 4 min read]
Prediction Consensus: What the Experts See Coming in 2020. [Infographic]
And finally. I just wanted to slip in a book recommendation. I’ve just finished this and thought it was absolutely superb. Gripping. I devoured it in a few days.
Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s a good one.