This year has been painful for many investors.
Bonds fell along with stocks...
Crypto really fell.
But one positive to come out of it all?
Brilliant investment writing.
Here are 3 of my favourites...
Does not compute - Morgan Housel
I'm a huge fan of Morgan's work - particularly his book The Psychology of Money.
He's known for challenging beliefs.
In this blog, he demonstrates why people don’t always behave as rationally as we think they will.
Filled with fabulous stories and insights, this is another Morgan Housel classic that you won’t want to miss.
"It’s hard to compute, but it’s how the world works".
You weren't supposed to see that - Josh Brown
I've followed Josh and his blog The Reformed Broker for some time now.
Formerly of Wall Street, he sold expensive active investment strategies.
After a few years, he realised he was not actually helping investors…
In this blog, Josh walks you through the last few years in markets and explains why everything seems to have suddenly flipped on its head.
Twenty Lessons Learned - Michael Batnick
Everyone loves a list - especially one which manages to take a crazy time and summarise into succinct points.
Written back in May, the time when "the wheels fell off the market", Michael reflects on the lessons we all learned.
"Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Past behavior is."
As the year draws to a close, what lessons are you taking away?