It’s been a wild few weeks for the cryptocurrency space with the bankruptcy and implosion of FTX. In last week’s video, Casey spoke about crypto investors and how they tend to buy high and sell low.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Owning bonds is a widely popular way to diversify your investment portfolio. But HOW do you get that exposure? Many people have strong feelings on owning individual bonds vs. bond funds. Ben shares his two cents on the matter in this post.
- Stepping away from the usual posts from Nick on his blog Of Dollars and Data, we link to a brief conversation with Nick and Andre. Nick discusses his unique way of looking at personal finance, his book, and some personal finance pieces of wisdom that aren’t true.
- In this post, Barry describes the “Misery Index”. It combines the unemployment rate with the inflation rate, which then begs the question: which is worse? High unemployment or high inflation? It’s a question the Fed seems to be wrestling with at the moment.
- A lot of people would THINK they would want to be a billionaire, but do they? In this post, Ben looks at some of the many downsides to becoming a billionaire to see if it’s really worth it.