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Why Saving Your First $100k is a Big Deal - Four Pillar Freedom
3 min read The following chart shows how long it takes to accumulate $1 million by investing $10,000 each year at a 7% annual rate of return: This is one of my favorite charts to show people because it illustrates how wealth accumulation is slow when you’re just starting out, but speeds up as t
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24 days ago by linkt
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Why saving your first $100k is a big deal: Suppose your goal is to save $1 million and you save $10k consistently each year at a 7% return. The time it takes to reach $100k represents 26% of the total journey, even though it only represents 10% of the total financial goal.
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24 days ago by linkt
Why Is Losing Weight So Hard? : ZenHabits
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25 days ago by linkt
My Top 10 Stocks for 2019 : StockMarket
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25 days ago by linkt
The words for "bear" in Germanic, Slavic, and Baltic languages results from a linguistic taboo. : etymology
Okay, this is probably my favourite bit of linguistic history. In Proto-Indo-European, the word for "bear" was probably something like "*artko" or "*rkto" or *rkso", which led to the Greek "arctos" and Latin "ursus".
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25 days ago by linkt
Hard Work: The Greatest Con – Predict – Medium
You’ve heard it all before: “Hard work is good for you. The people who don’t work are lazy. Poor people don’t work because they’d rather do drugs and fornicate with themselves.” What do you believe?
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26 days ago by linkt
Top 3 Stock picks for 2019 : investing
What are your Top 3 stock picks to buy for 2019? AT&T (T): Dividend >5%, P/E ratio at 11.28 (below average), and recently invested to gain streaming rights to show original movies and television series from Warner Bros., Turner and HBO.
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26 days ago by linkt
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
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28 days ago by linkt
What I Learned From Jack Bogle
Jack Bogle, the legendary founder of Vanguard, passed away yesterday at age 89. He may not be the most well-known investor but he’s had by far the biggest impact on the investing public than anyone.
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29 days ago by linkt
[Presentation] What Does An Intelligent Fanatic Look Like? - Resources - Intelligent Fanatics
I will be presenting at the Indian Investing Conclave 2018 on June 9-10. This is a virtual conference so anyone can attend from anywhere. The title of my presentation is: What Does An Intelligent Fanatic Look Like?
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29 days ago by linkt
AWS Backup – Automate and Centrally Manage Your Backups : aws
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29 days ago by linkt
Bogle Financial Markets Research Center
Commencement Address MBA Graduates of the McDonough School of Business by John C. Bogle, founder, The Vanguard Group Upon receiving the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Georgetown University May 18, 2007
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29 days ago by linkt
New study examines a model of how anger is perpetuated in relationships. Being mistreated by a romantic partner evokes anger, that motivates reciprocation, resulting in a cycle of rage. This may be broken but requires at least one person to refuse to part
According to the authors’ dyadic model of anger in relationships, being mistreated by one’s romantic partner evokes anger, and that anger can motivate reciprocation of the mistreatment, eventually resulting in a cycle of destructive behavior and rage.
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