I hope you’re doing well and having a great week.

Please see this week’s content below. I’ve also included a bonus article I wrote about Yale’s former endowment manager, who had a profound impact on the investment world and recently passed away.

3 Articles

7 Money Personality Types, and The Pitfalls of Each
Ken Honda, CNBC

From the “Compulsive Spender” to “The Worrier,” we each have our money personality. This article highlights each one, along with its downside.

Inflation is Here. But is it Here to Stay?
Michael Batnick, The Irrelevant Investor

The largest price increases are happening in areas that were directly impacted by the pandemic. But it also helps to “look under the hood,” because the headline number doesn’t tell the whole story.

Five Investing Powers
Morgan House, Collaborative Fund

Helpful investing “powers” that will benefit you: low susceptibility to FOMO, recognizing the difference between patience and stubbornness, and more.

1 Chart

Real estate prices around the world are on the rise. 

    1 Quote

    “If you look at life through the framework of money you’ll miss most of the picture.”

    – Dave Chapelle 

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