With so many great articles published every day, it’s a challenge keeping up with it all.
Here’s an eclectic sampling of the most interesting of my recent reads, some old, some new, all new to me, you might have missed, to help speed your day along.
Be sure to make it to the bottom to see my top pick!
Great personal finance / Animal House tie-in by Mr. Groovy at Freedom Is Groovy with Dean Wormer’s double secret guide to money success.
Interesting excerpt from Everybody Lies, using Big Data to show what P2P borrowers are more likely to default, or not, courtesy of NY Magazine.
While trading isn’t investing, and not a practice I follow or recommend, Dennis Gartman‘s trading courtesy of ThinkWorth Magazine, should be read by anyone investing in the stock market.
Great infographic from Visual Capitalist showing top wealth-building habits of the rich. Are you doing any of them yet?
Brett Lee with simple advice on how to make room in your life for the top wealth-building habit of wealthy people, courtesy of Bigger Pockets.
With so much attention paid to side hustles in the PF blogosphere, it’s refreshing to hear Mel’s experience on Broke Girl Rich with a few popular side hustles you might want to skip.
Given my family history with antiques, Gary’s great overview of making money with collectibles on Super Saving Tips struck a chord, and a trip down memory lane of antique fairs and flea markets.
Amanda over at Money Prodigy shares a fascinating glimpse into the personal finance of Amish families and how you can apply that in your parenting.
Have you been considering investing in real estate? Great overview from Chad Carson of some of the key numbers you need to focus on for any investment property.
Rob over at Mustard Seed Money with an interesting story of starting his new job, and receiving a surprising opinion from a coworker. Sour grapes?
Another classic, but new to me, Hunter S. Thompson’s life advice to a friend when he was young and not yet famous… via Men’s XP. You can see the incipient brilliance in his words. Do yourself a favor and read this, whether you’ve read it before or not.
And that’s a wrap!
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