Weekender to Weekender!? What's the deal?
Yeah, give it a few weeks - the site isn't going anywhere (you folks made us too popular for that to be an option, haha - thanks!). The current real life interference will only run for so long. That's a promise.
Note my Twitter production has declined as well.
I can give you some high quality articles to read though... let's do that!
Links We Liked!
- We like charts and graphs here on DQYDJ (so do you, if you're subscribed!). Priceonomics asks: "When did charts become popular?"
- This type of article is clickbait for a certain type of reader: Freedom to Tinker has some insight into the usage of clickbait headlines web-wide and on specific sites.
- Steve at Steveonomics wrote again! His reflections on being part of a two-income couple.
- Remember this decade and the decades leading up to it when low-fat was the diet we were supposed to follow? One report in JAMA accuses the sugar industry of funding diet studies at Harvard back in the 60s. Curiously, those studies shone a spotlight on excess saturated fat in diets, not sugar...
- Jim Collins compares his advice on asset allocation with the advice from a Vanguard Advisor's chat with his friend.
- I present (without comment) Nassim Nicholas Taleb's 'The Intellectual Yet Idiot'. (If you missed it sweeping FinTwit the other day!)
- 1.2% increase in net worth for the nation's households in a single quarter? Yes indeed! Bloomberg has more.
- J$ shares a headline from 9/16 8 years ago - you know, when the market was cratering. How does everything look now, in retrospect? (Hey, DQYDJ wasn't even an idea year - early 2009 is when we started here).
- Does the language you're currently employing change your morality? (And are you sick of the Trolley Problem yet?)