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“Financial Advice for My New Son”

“You might think you want an expensive car, a fancy watch, and a huge house. But I’m telling you, you don’t. What you want is respect and admiration from other people, and you think having expensive stuff will bring it. It almost never does — especially from the people you want to respect and admire you.”

“When you see someone driving a nice car, you probably don’t think, ‘Wow, that person is cool.’ Instead, you think, ‘Wow, if I had that car people would think I’m cool.’ Do you see the irony? No one cares about the guy in the car."



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Instil the value of money and the ability to control how it affects your life

Most people want independence and autonomy. Having the money that you don’t have to spend becomes the most valuable thing in the world when it lets you gain control of your time.

But freedom and autonomy carry a lot of responsibility with them. 


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 The size is the strategy

Cope’s rule states that organisms get bigger over time. But there are huge downsides to being big. There’s always a sweet spot in evolution.

When something becomes too big to manage, it can cause you to fail.


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Rational vs reasonable

There are many things in finance that look smart and sound smart, and the numbers add up, but it's completely opposed to how the real world works.

Then there are many things that investors do that are not rational but is perfectly reasonable and ali...


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Morgan Housel interview

Morgan Housel interview

Morgan Housel is a partner at the Collaborative Fund and serves on the board of directors at Markel Corporation. He is also a former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal and author of the award-winning book The Psychology of Money.

Tim Ferris a...


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How to become a great investor

How to become a great investor

The way to become a great investor is to maximize the amount of dollars you accumulate over the course of your life. Most of the time, it is not earning the highest returns.

For example:

  • Warren Buffett is the wealthiest investor of all time


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Money isn’t a means to wealth, it’s a means to autonomy and independence.



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Ensure your children grow up to be financially smart

Buffett has a great quote on wealth where he says he wants to leave his kids enough money that they can do anything, but not so much money that they could do nothing.

Give children a safety net, but not fuel. Parents shouldn't give their children money just to make their life better. Childr...


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How to approach risk

How to approach risk

Risk is just the odds that something will prevent you from achieving your goals. Everyone has very different goals and aspirations and time horizons, so everyone thinks about risk differently.

If your goals lie 50 years in the future, you probably wouldn't ...


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Man in the Car Paradox

No one is impressed with your possessions as much as you are.

People tend to want wealth to signal to others that they want to be liked and admired. But in reality, those other people often bypass admiring you, not because they don’t think wealth is admirable, but because t...

Be nicer and less flashy

No one is impressed with your possessions as much as you are. You might think that you want a fancy car or a watch, but what you probably want is respect and admiration. And you're more likely to gain those things through kindness and humility than horsepower or chrome.

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Nobody cares, and if they do, you shouldn’t care that they care

Got a new car? Nobody cares. You’ll get some gawkers for a couple of weeks—they don’t care. They’re curious. Three weeks in it’ll be just another shiny blob among all the thousands of others crawling down the freeway and sitting in garages and driveways up and down your street. 

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