Getting over regrets

Whether it comes from over swiping a credit card, not investing early enough, cashing out a 401(k), or buying a house or a car we can’t afford, regret comes from decisions in our past that we feel define us in some way. The thing about regret is that it can affect us so deeply if we do not know how to move past it.

Thomas Kopelman

In a sense, bored, confused, and lonely are the long-term investor’s resting state. And in that, hopefully some of us can find community and comfort

Jeffrey Ptak

Personal finance

Overcoming Regret

Bored, Lonely, and Confused: Why It’s OK to Feel Lousy While Investing

Investing By Age Series: Investing In Your 20s

The trap of lifestyle inflation is real.


Baillie Gifford’s never-sell mantra is a song for fools

The Most Powerful Artificial Intelligence Knows Nothing About Investing. That’s Perfectly Okay.


Finance as culture

These are the kinds of charlatans who show up when Wall Street gets weird

No Room on the ARK?

Demystifying payment for order flow

Brain stuff

The Base Rate Is A Hell of A Thing


Who Feels the Nudge? Knowledge, Self-Awareness and Retirement Savings Decisions


How Google Will Target Ads Without Singling Users Out


The 25 Greatest Art Heists of All Time

Credit Suisse


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