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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Which comes first, success or generosity? When in Doubt, Be Generous (The Ladders – Jeff Goins)
- A libertarian’s rejection of libertarianism and a nod towards greater moderation in society and in our public discourse. Even if we can’t find mutual admiration, we can be respectful. The Alternative to Ideology (Niskanen Center – Jerry Taylor)
- Things are getting faster and cheaper. The same storage, computing power and bandwidth available in the iPhone Xs today would have cost nearly $30 Million in 1991. The A12 chip: estimating innovation with iPhone prices (AEI – Bret Swanson)
- “One more reason to put in the effort to find the good.” The Problem With People Is They Outnumber You (Seth’s Blog – Seth Godin)
- Is the most important sentence in our political history misunderstood? America Misunderstands the Declaration of Independence Because of a Typo (The Atlantic – Danielle Allen) #video
- Promises were made. And in the middle of the retirement crisis… The Pension Gamble (PBS Frontline – video)
- Thinking economically is an important skill. Check out this list of Economic Books for Beginners (The Reading Lists – Tim Hartford, Soumaya Keynes, Robert Murphy, Linda Yueh, Alberto Mingardi)
- In case it wasn’t obvious… Don’t buy funds managed by banks that offer commercial lending. Do Bank Affiliated Funds Underperform Unaffiliated Funds? (alpha architect – Elisabetta Basilico, PhD, CFA)
- BONUS: We must learn to ignore performance promises from financial professionals. Anyone offering to predict or control outcomes is either lying or they are delusional. A Wall Street Coup (The Intercept – Gary Rivlin)