March 4th

6 Pieces of Money Advice You Can Ignore
Tim Jordan  |  Atypical Finance

Times change. The same advice that may have worked long ago might not work today. Even some modern money advice is bad on arrival. Here are six pieces of money advice that you can ignore.

A Super-Simple System to Minimize Impulse Spending
Mrs. FCB  |  Financial Chain Breakers

I’m not on board with trying to suppress all of my desires or pretend I don’t care about the things I care about… There is nothing — nothing — that I tell myself I can’t ever have.

Ergodicity: The Coolest Idea You’ve Never Heard of
Jesse Cramer  |  The Best Interest

Ergodicity is a fun concept. Or at least fun for nerds like me. It’s a terrific way to consider risk. It helps us in behavioral economics, personal finance, and real retirement planning.

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