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Edition #14: Revenge spending is coming. Should your portfolio change?

Hey there. You are the economic recovery. Last week, I talked about the role of psychological distance in personal finance Today, I talk about getting vaccinated, cutting down a tree, the economic recovery, WeWork, and making same day insurance changes. 🌳 Personal updates A wave of relief washed over me. I got vaccinated on no …

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Edition #12: Coinbase One Pager, Billy No, Getting out of bonds, Crypto Learn and Earn

📝  Coinbase analysis highlights Here’s the tl;dr from my thoughts on Coinbase: Buying Coinbase represents buying a stake in the ever-growing cryptoeconomy Investing in Coinbase can be similar to buying a crypto index fund, e.g. getting exposure to a basket of cryptocurrencies beyond Bitcoin and Ethereum Competition will drive down transaction fee revenue; companies like …

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Edition 6: Bitcoin Skeptics, Win by not losing, Unclaimed Money, PSTH, and Cryptoassets

You’re reading my newsletter about psychology and money. If you missed a week, you can check out the archives here. Some random personal updates. I did an Annual Review Workshop and it was immensely useful to see themes from 2020 and allow new goals to emerge for 2021. I’ll be sharing my Annual Review takeaways …

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Edition #5: Shiny Stock Syndrome, Goal Post, Blue Chip, Costco, Outsmarting the Crowd

You’re reading my newsletter about psychology and money. If you missed a week, you can check out the archives here. Shiny Stock Syndrome The stock market went crazy in 2020 after March’s coronavirus dip—and it’s still high. This makes it especially tempting for investors to jump on the next “hot stock.” I call this Shiny …

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