Future Japan is a little worrying
How's your Monday going? Here are this week's links for your delectation:
Andrew Hallam's backstory: do you want to make money or just fool around?
There is hope for all of us: inspiring teacher millionaire interview.
Slightly worrying: many Japanese care homes turning away seniors over lack of guarantor.
Eeek: Japan’s social benefit costs to balloon 50% by fiscal 2040.
I don't have any: do long-term investors need bonds?
Hope they do this in Japan soon: Nissan is following Tesla into solar power and home batteries.
True dis: financial independence is getting easier every year.
This is exactly why I started RetireJapan: demonstrating conflicts of interest with investment advice.
There is apparently no stopping Brexit: too few to mention.
California millionaire interview.
Please don't do this: automate your spending with subscription shopping.
A perennial concern: the lump sum vs dollar cost averaging decision.
I'm going to try and get copies of these games: Japanese organizations use board and card games to educate kids on finances.
Pretty tame by RetireJapan standards: this is how your finances should look in your 40s.
An encouraging millionaire interview: I like this guy.
A great ten-minute video: the algebra of happiness.
What do you think? Anything interesting in there?