Some cool stuff I just read
Best practices for time travelers — How to convince people you’re a time traveler. The points are eerily similar to what some pundits on TV do.
Cold Call That Person Now — Who Knows What Could Happen — Ben tells you to just do it.
Advice to All You Graduates: Let’s Start With That Daily Latte… A well-written but typical article by the NYTimes that urges young people to cook at home, stop buying Starbucks, and pay yourself first. The advice is good, but it reminds me of just about every other personal-finance article I’ve seen, and I wonder how many people will actually change their behavior because of it.
What if we weren’t so private about our personal financial lives? — I’m not sure how I feel about this. It sounds great in theory but makes me uncomfortable when I think about actually doing it. I’m not sure what I take away from this.
43% of first-time home buyers put no money down — This seems like a bad idea.
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