A new type of post
For the last couple of years we've been posting links to interesting articles on Facebook. Unfortunately that means that most of our readers will never see the vast majority of them because Facebook has a policy of only showing content to a fraction of the people who like a page (unless you pay them to show it to more, of course).
Assuming this kind of aggregration/link post is useful it might be better to have it here on the blog and going out in the weekly email on the day it is posted. We'll continue putting links on Facebook and then writing them up here.
A hidden danger of condo ownership.
Wonderful article on buying when stock markets fall. Read this even if you don't read any of the other links!
Tynan on optimizing your life. Spend something to get something.
Journalists might not be the best people to listen to about investing.
The sky is falling! Well, the markets are at least.
Apparently the markets corrected last week.
The 39th millionaire interview.
Get rid of your weird money hang-ups.
Japan is tweaking the way it charges for health care.
Is investing an art or a science?
Heading for a single digit P/E ratio?
Millenial or not, don't invest like this.
What is best in life?
Working in Japan seems like a dumb move for a promising foreign graduate.
Do women and technology mean Japan doesn't need immigrants?
You may be able to defer your pension into your mid-70s in the future.
Are you aware of the process for getting rich?
A pretty convincing article on why you might want to consider not living as long as you could. Similar thoughts to those in Being Mortal.
Be afraid of people who tell you they know what is going to happen. Witches, all of them.
Whatever decision you make, it may not be worth second-guessing it.
What do you think? Is this useful or fluff? Let us know in the comments. Anything you particularly enjoyed?