Saturday Linkage:

2/13/2021

  1. Go Curry Cracker business review (Go Curry Cracker); An interesting walk through GCC’s numbers on his blog, how its profited, hours spent, social media activity, etc.
  2. Good news about credit card debt in the US (how much); It appears folks are taking the opportunity with Covid to reduce the credit card debt. Down nationally -14%!
  3. How to calculate your personal inflation rate (monevator); How much does your spending go up each year and what does it mean for your future spending?
  4. How to get through the boring middle part of the FI journey (strong money Australia).; we’re all struggling with this step in the journey.
  5. The Defining Trait of all bubbles – the willful suspension of disbelief (a wealth of common sense); Whether it’s the Tulip craze, the South Sea bubble, the dot.com bubble or some other craze, they all eventually “pop.”
  6. Terrible financial advice is going viral on TikTok (vox.com); some real whoppers are being told.
  7. Three Retirement Myths of the Social Media Era (incognito money scribe); Most folks I the FIRE community don’t fall for these.
  8. Crony Socialism (Freedom is Groovy); a plea to spend educational funding in a different way.
  9. Owning Rental Properties Is Smart, but I’m Out, Jack! (Route to Retire); I think we’re going to see a lot of the smaller rental property owners dropping out in the months ahead due the the Chinese Virus.
  10. Mania Stocks and a large portfolio (full time finance): The Larger the Portfolio, the Less Value in Taking a Speculative Bets
  11. Twenty ways to be happier in life (Retirement Manifesto); we all need upbeat articles now and then

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