From Nurnberg, Germany
It's pretty hot here too :)
Here are this week's links:
- Seems legit: six things working women should pretend they can't do.
- Dentist millionaire interview.
- I don't know, dude: eight questions I've been pondering.
- What is best in life? People retire early for two reasons, and neither of them is money.
- My Number, phase two: Japan puts off using My Number system to scrutinize financial assets of elderly people.
- Carpe diem: your whole life is borrowed time.
- Share buybacks: the scapegoat.
- This would be great but seems a long shot: Is U.S. Citizenship-Based Taxation On Its Way Out?
- Need to sell my pounds soon: As Brexit day nears, sterling is once again in for a rocky ride.
- Stating the obvious on Brexit: A Titanic disaster (video).
- This makes sense. I noticed recently that Kuroneko lets you specify when you are normally home... Japan’s Environment Ministry to focus on young consumers as it aims to curb the number of parcels that need to be redelivered.
- A missed opportunity: the biggest policy mistake of the last decade.
- I'm also a no man: my favourite word.
- Real estate is still not for me: some thoughts on investing in real estate.
- Self-control is mostly helpful, but not always: the art of self-control.
- Kind of morbid but extremely important (and I haven't done it either!): what if you died tomorrow?
- Even investment strategies change: the half-life of investment strategies.
Anything good in there? Number 16 is on my mind now.