Every week I read a large number of personal finance and investing articles. Here’s my latest weekly shortcut to the best.
Just a quick one today: I’m off out to help a friend move his boat around the waterways of London!
Good reads from the financial blogosphere
- The Psy-Fi blog says Buffett and Munger’s contrasting mental models are a paradox.
- Moolanomy wonders whether it’s worth being green when investing.
- Oblivious Investor has the latest score in the active manager versus index tracker debate.
- Get Rich Slowly discusses a permanent defensive portfolio.
- Studenomics explores how to delay gratification.
Generally UK-related articles from other websites and papers
- The Independent asks financial experts where they’re putting their own money.
- The FT’s David Stevenson looks at signs that fund managers in the U.S. are taking another look at property.
- The Telegraph has discovered Tony Blair opposes the new 50p tax rate. As I said earlier this week, that’s why he won elections, and spiteful politics from this shower in power won’t.
- CityWire looks at whether the UK Budget will reignite the housing market. Let’s hope not.
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