Weekend Review

Weekend Review April 18, 2021

Favorite Articles/Podcasts/Videos  Ben Carlson – Overnight Millionaires? – “She is so right about the potential for being a client for decades. This is why many of the young and wealthy are seeking out advisors who are their peers. That’s not to say older advisors can’t understand younger clients but most young people aren’t impressed by the name on the door…

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Podcasts

The Long Game Podcast Episode 10 – Alex Feinberg

Apple Podcast Google Podcast Spotify Podcast We are back with another episode of The Long Game Podcast and this time I am joined by Alex Feinberg. Alex is a professional baseball player turned hedge fund analyst, Google employee & fitness entrepreneur. He has built an impressive audience over the past 2 years. In this episode with Alex we talk about:…

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Financial Planning

Weekend Review April 11, 2021

Favorite Articles/Podcasts/Videos Ben Carlson – How Many Months’ Worth of Spending Do You Need in Your Emergency Fund? – “This is why rules of thumb in finance are basically impossible to apply to a wide swath of the population. Circumstances matter. How you approach the idea of a financial emergency in the first place matters. Your other financial backstops matter.…

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Podcasts

The Long Game Podcast Episode 9 – Erica Ballard

Apple Podcast Google Podcast Spotify Podcast We are back with another episode of The Long Game Podcast and this time I am joined by Erica Ballard. In this episode with Erica we talk about: Moving from a job she was unhappy at to starting her own health coaching business Focusing on the combination of health, stress, movement, ect to live…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review March 28, 2021

Favorite Articles/Podcasts/Videos  Morgan Housel – Too Much, Too Soon, Too Fast – “A good summary of investing history is that stocks pay a fortune in the long run but seek punitive damages when you try to be paid sooner. Virtually all investing mistakes are rooted in people looking at long-term market returns and saying, “That’s nice, but can I have…

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