Sunday is for Sharing is a roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
A pretty cool timeline history of the most viewed TV series from 1986 to 2019. (Tip: Increase the playback speed to 1.5-2x if you find the visual to be a bit slow)
My Favorite Finance Articles
Visualizing how job groups have changed over the past seven decades (Flowing Data)
Is the 100-hour work week in investment banking worth it? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
Minimalism makes room for joy (No Sidebar)
The only rule in investing is that the future is not guaranteed to look like the past (The Irrelevant Investor)
Distinguishing between needs and wants using the 80/20 rule (The Simple Dollar)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
Changing my attitude changed my life (5AM Joel)
Go outside (Seth Godin)
Visualizing the world’s highest paid athletes from 1990 through 2019 (Twitter)
You don’t actually need a crazy productive morning routine to be successful (The Atlantic)
52 things Tom Whitwell learned in 2019 (Tom Whitwell)
Zach is the author behind Four Pillar Freedom, a blog that teaches you how to build wealth and gain freedom in life.
Zach's favorite free financial tool he's been using since 2015 to manage his net worth is Personal Capital. Each month he uses their free Investment Checkup tool and Retirement Planner to track his investments and ensure that he's on the fast track to financial freedom.
His favorite investment platform is M1 Finance, a site that allows him to build a custom portfolio of stocks for free, has no trading or maintenance fees, and even allows him to set up automated target-allocated investments.
His favorite way to save money each month on his recurring bills is by using Trim, a free financial app that negotiates lower cable, internet, and phone bills with any provider on your behalf.
His favorite micro-investing app is Acorns, a free financial app that takes just 5 minutes to set up and allows you to invest your spare change in a diversified portfolio.
His favorite place to find new personal finance articles to read is Collecting Wisdom, a site that collects the best personal finance articles floating around the web on a daily basis.
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