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How do you enjoy life when everything is more expensive? You don’t want to spend too much. But living without pleasure is also no good.
«It can be frustrating when we make plans and they don’t pan out because of external circumstances. But the frustration only doubles when you don’t accept the situation.»
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A long-forgotten German economist argued that society and the economy would be better off if money was a perishable good. Was he an anarchist crank or the prophet of a better world?
«the concept of money was so pervasive and unexamined that money had become an end in itself, not the vehicle it was intended to be»
What goes up may not come down. Like, ever.
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Pretty much everyone wants to be rich—not purely for the sake of money, but for the fragile promise of happiness that comes with being a total baller. But, what does it mean to be rich today? How much…
«In America, Canada and most of Europe our pets sleep in better conditions than many people in other countries.»
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«Most of what makes you happy in life has nothing to do with money, and realizing that once you have money can be a painful admission»
I think there’s an “ideal” net worth for everyone, when money not only stops bringing pleasure but becomes a social liability. And that number is probably lower than most people think. Business…
«They figured out what so many other people – the rich, the middle class, the aspiring rich, and everyone in between – failed to recognize.»
“The real measure of our wealth is how much we’d be worth if we lost all our money.” – John Henry Jowett We’ve all heard stories of people encountering the world’s greatest riches, ending in either…
«Is it the money that we want, or the peace of mind that comes with it? Is it the fame that we want, or the self-sufficiency that results?»
Your expensive coffee habit is indeed getting even more expensive.
Warren Buffett’s quotes are timeless. His advice can provide help and inspiration in both your life and your finances. Here are 10 gems of advice for your investments, your career, and your life from…
«“The stock market is designed to transfer money from the active to the patient.”»
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Credit card debt is the waste stream of consumer finance. The debt collection industry ends up being sordid, for complex structural and microeconomic reasons.
Michael Mechanic, who has studied the lives of the super-rich, talks about strange bubble inhabited by the 1%.
Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch once nearly died of a heart attack. Years later he was asked what went through his mind while he was being rushed to the hospital in what could have been his…
«Psychologist Jonathan Haidt says people don’t communicate on social media; they perform for one another. Spending money is like that, too.»
How a small-town auto mechanic peddling a green-energy breakthrough pulled off a massive scam
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