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Read The Weekly Summary - Issue 26.0

The Weekly Summary - Issue 26.0

By tvlachak | The Weekly Summary | 4 Oct 2020


Issue 26.0 / October 4, 2020

Investing

JPMorgan is facing an enormous fine for manipulating markets

A strong case to keep playing the long game with the S&P 500 and its history of returns since the Great Depression.

Personally, I prefer REITs, but here's another successful investment story about a couple who built wealth on real estate.

Last week I reported about possible H2O futures, now hydrogen, according to Bank of America, is potentially worth trillions.

When learning about investing, take an active role.

An investment guide you can share with family members who are just getting started

My latest Stash Stock Party portfolio update.

Personal Finance

A short video by the International Monetary Fund explaining inflation.

Morgan Stanley hypothesizes the impact of super saving versus economic deceleration.

The United States Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are both pushing for currency to be digitized.

British ex-pats living in the European Union are being told that bank accounts are closing due to Brexit.

An important reason why we need to keep talking about retirement.

You may be paying like a Jedi in the near future with Amazon One.

Shopping cashback site Rakuten (eBates) is currently offering a generous sign-up bonus of $30 after joining and spending $30.

Cryptocurrency

Banking and financial institutions should take note on how to properly handle a cybersecurity incident by Kucoin. Kucoin rapidly acknowledged a recent incident within a day.

Some things currently trending in blockchain.

Cryptocurrency is not trending with the masses yet, according to Google. 

Blockchain tech explained in a free video course.

The latest Coinbase Earn offer is Maker, get $6 of MKR.

The browser that pays you to surf the web with Basic Attention Token (BAT).

Entrepreneurship

What kind of leader are you?

My “passion project” publication started 26 weeks ago on Publish0x. There’s much to gain and little to lose with a newsletter experiment

If you’re blogging, attempt to innovate in a particular space.

Steve Jobs talking about failure in a rare 1994 interview.

Have you figured out your tribe?

Advocate for yourself when clients don’t pay.

Pivoting during the pandemic.

Catch a trend before it takes off with exploding topics.

Learning

“Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible.” - Richard Feynman

Actively pursue answers and truth.

Writing prompts to help you live more intentionally.

An effective process to take notes while reading a book.

Optimize your learning on YouTube by taking video notes.

Tom Petty has said that “the waiting is the hardest part.” But if we reverse engineer how we wait, we may learn to wait better.

Walk, wander, and write.

Walks are idea factories.” - Mckay Wrigley

Try to maintain a balanced life.

Disclaimer

Ideas and information presented in my articles are for educational purposes only and not intended to be investment advice. Investments in the stock market and cryptocurrency could be speculative and volatile and result in money loss. Always conduct your own research. You may want to obtain independent legal, financial, taxation, and/or other professional advice with respect to any information from this content. I may mention products or services and some of those products are affiliate links that reward me.

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I'm a student of personal finance, investing, cryptocurrency, NFTs, & blockchain. I'm currently learning and thinking in public on The Weekly Summary. I'm also a foodie that loves fitness.


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