This week I especially enjoyed a piece from Bryan Caplan at EconLib about when to advise people to a) try harder as opposed to b) trying something easier, as well as an investing-specific followup piece at Abnormal Returns.
- Try Harder or Do Something Easier? from Bryan Caplan at EconLib
- Active vs. Passive: Try Harder or Do Something Easier? from Abnormal Returns
- Investors Trying to Beat the System Are Invariably Disappointed from Carl Richards
- Vanguard Total World Stock Index Fund (and a 2-Fund Portfolio) from Barry Barnitz
- Find a Financial Advisor Outside Your Local Area from The Finance Buff
- Financial Advice for People Who Aren’t Rich from Ron Lieber
- Should Individual Investors Invest in IPOs? (my answer, at WSJ)
Other Money-Related Articles
- Tax Complexity a Problem in Every State from The Tax Foundation
- Your 2013 Federal Taxpayer Receipt from WhiteHouse.gov
- The Velocity of Money at The Bank of Mom and Dad from Austin Frakt
- What Does and Doesn’t Matter in Finance from Ben Carlson
Thanks for reading!