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- The billionaire commencement speaker paying off student loans
- Even Harvard is teaching students about personal finance
- Goldman buying United Capital
- WeWork urges investors to see losses as “investments”
- Why you don’t need to have your career path figured out right away
- ETFs are now starting to pay investors
- Why are more young people defaulting on credit cards?
- Where does the phrase ‘dead cat bounce’ come from?
- Why Americans are more focused on spending than saving
- My spoiler-free Game of Thrones thoughts
- Why Michael Lewis is wrong about high-frequency trading
- Why it’s OK to disagree with people you respect
- How to retire early
- Newsflash — houses are expensive
- What’s the recommended time horizon for holding an ETF?
- Insurance vs. investments and much more
- Morehouse grads are surprised by billionaire’s plan to pay off student loans
- Even Harvard is now teaching personal finance
- Goldman Sachs acquires boutique investment management firm
- WeWork urges investors to see losses as investments
- All the jobs I didn’t get
- The first negative fee ETF
- Credit card delinquencies rising among young people
- Dead cat bounce
- 2019 modern wealth survey
- 10 million people expected to skip work after GoT finale
- How high-frequency trading hit a speed bump
- Trading costs & the new market averages
- More mortgages for people deeply in debt
- The secret to retiring early
- $15 million for an all-white canvas
- I Will Teach You to be Rich by Ramit Sethi
- Flash Boys by Michal Lewis
- The Algebra of Happiness by Scott Galloway
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