Same As It Ever Was [Collaborative Fund] – “Things that never change are the most important things to pay attention to. Change gets most of the attention, because it’s exciting and surprising. But things that stay the same – how people behave, how they think, how they’re persuaded – is the real meat of history.” Make sure to read all four.
Re-Stacking Your Benjamins: Saving, Investing and Managing Debt in Uncertain Times [Stacking Benjamins Podcast] – Joe Saul-Sehy and OG from the Stacking Benjamins show did a two-hour community townhall discussing how to manage your money during the pandemic. They had on a few great guests from Fidelity Investments, TIAA, Morningstar and T. Rowe Price. I haven’t watched the whole thing yet but I always find these entertaining and educational so I plan to listen to it in parts over the next week.
How Heelys Rolled into Millions of Dollars – And Then Crashed in an Instant [Mel Magazine] – “A down-and-out middle-aged man struck gold with those ubiquitous wheeled sneakers. Suddenly, the stock tanked, the company was stripped for parts and the founder vanished. What happened?”
This Enlightening Map Shows the Literal Meaning of Every Country’s Name [Culture Trip] – “Have you ever wondered what the name of a country means? What it REALLY means? This map has the answer. It shows the historical meaning of each country’s name, as far back as their earliest literal translations go.”
See you tomorrow Apexian!