Sunday is for Sharing features my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
An excellent video by Grant Sanderson on how to think about exponential growth as it relates to COVID-19.
My Favorite Finance Articles
Taking advantage of a bear market (JL Collins)
The “latte factor” misses how small expenses add a lot of value to life (Brave Saver)
Visualizing the fastest bear market ever (The Irrelevant Investor)
We’ll get through these difficult times (Collaborative Fund)
How does an enlightened investor handle a stock market crash? (Tony Isola)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
5 Lessons From Year 27 (Nat Eliason)
Coronavirus Primer for Reasonably Rational People (Taylor Pearson)
Don’t forego enjoying today by fixating on tomorrow (Ryan Holiday)
“COVID-19 reduces economic activity, which reduces pollution, which saves lives.” (G-FEED)
A hilarious thread about the worst mistakes people have made at work (Twitter)
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