Posts Tagged: james altucher

Improvement Links

29 July 2012 - 8:48 am

  • How to fight excessive doubt (PSYblog)
  • The most important question I’ve ever been asked (Jay Nathan)
  • 10 ways honesty makes you more money (James Altucher)
  • How our brains stop us achieving our goals and how to fight back (Gregory Ciotti)
  • For those of us who have trouble delegating (Harvard)
  • Feel like you’re faking it? That might not be a bad thing (Jessica Stillman)
  • Silicon Valley stays step away from the device (Matt Richtel)
  • No matter how much scratch you make, you still need a budget (Cook Tools)
  • What facts do we know about food? (Farnam)
  • The only equipment you need to work out at home (GQ)

Improvement Links

22 July 2012 - 12:25 pm

Improvement Links for U

26 February 2012 - 15:05 pm

  • Simplify your life! (Henrik Edberg)
  • 8 ways to ensure your trading doesn’t kill you (Inc.)
  • Seinfeld’s productivity secret (LifeHacker)
  • 12 things highly productive people do differently (Hack Life)
  • Nine types of thoughts that will prevent you from succeeding (James Altucher)
  • What’s wrong with the survivalist mentality? (Clark Howard)
  • 10 things science and Buddhism says will make you happy (Wildmind)
  • 12 ways not to be cheap (Business Insider)
  • 7 lessons learned from the movie ‘The Artist’ (Rieva Lesonsky)
  • A few questions to ponder this weekend (Hack Life)


In 2011 I Learned That…

01 January 2012 - 12:10 pm

In 2011 I learned that…

Eli Radke (Trading Habits):  when fish show up in a barrel always have ammo.

Patty Edwards (CNBC Fast Money): “extend and pretend” isn’t just for dating in the nursing home anymore.

Leigh Drogen (Estimize):  the early stage tech start-up market is definitely in a bubble, why else would anyone give me money to build a tech company?

Rob Holmes (  Bank of America has the capital and liquidity it needs to run its business. Brian Moynihan told me so!

Erin Geiger-Smith (Reuters):  you’re never too big to be (repeatedly) sued. Never let Seacrest convince you to marry an NBA almost-star. When will honeybadger care? Never.

Chris Selland (Terametric):  sometimes you’ve just gotta keep going. Actually that’s true all the time.

The Fly (iBankCoin):  it is a bad idea to raise prices for a sh*tty movie rental service in a sh*tty economy.

James Altucher (Altucher Confidential):  the less I learn, the happier I am.

Cullen Roche (Pragmatic Capitalism):  the very best investment is never about finding better people or better companies.  It is always about finding ways to make yourself better.

Heidi Moore (Marketplace Radio):  the only real truth in finance comes from a subpoena.

Tom Brammar (Premia Capital):  for far too many truthiness still trumps rational thought, logic and evidence-based analysis.

Katie Rosman (WSJ):  if you don’t want to see it quoted in a newspaper, don’t tweet it.

Robert Sinn (Stock Sage):  momentum is a fickle and spiteful mistress.

Jesse (Le Café Américain):  lawyers are no longer the most despised profession in America.  It’s a race to the bottom between bankers, economists, ratings agencies, and politicians.

Barry Ritholtz (The Big Picture):  the Golden Rule remains inviolable: He who has the gold makes the rule.

Steven Russolillo (Dow Jones):  phrases such as “kick the can” and “muddle through” need to be erased from the vocabulary of market pundits. They’re about as bad as “green shoots” and “stock-picker’s market.” Let’s get creative in 2012.

The Interloper (Interloping): contrary to myth, the market is proven a terrible predictor of the future every time anything bad happens.

Doug Kass (Seabreeze Partners):  how wrong conventional wisdom can consistently be!

Anthony DeRosa (Reuters): I still have a lot to learn.

Dr. Phil Pearlman (Baltimore All-City Lacrosse):  intuition and planning are not at odds but more of a dialectic. I trusted my gut while coming to the ballpark well prepared for multiple scenarios which allowed me to take what the market was giving and this paid off.

Tim Knight (Slope of Hope):  cash really IS a position and there can exist a market that pisses off bulls and bears alike, as it grinds both of them up into hamburger by switching directions every day.

Charles Rotblut (American Assoc of Individual Investors):  no one should fall in love with a stock, because you never know when a CEO will quickly screw up a good DVD rental business.

Jeff Carter (Points and Figures):  my dog created more shovel ready projects than Obama and when trading stinks, you have to redefine yourself.

TED (Epicurean Dealmaker):   running a blog is like constantly trying to explain a movie plot to clowns who keep trickling in late.

John Waggoner (USA Today):  I’d have a lot more Twitter followers if I could just escape from this damn zoo.

Ivaylo Ivanhoff (StockTwits): Europe doesn’t have a solvency problem, it has a crisis of confidence. And no, a good French perfume won’t solve it.

Carl Richards (Behavior Gap): there is a fine line between informed and anxious and most of us have crossed it.

Jason Zweig (WSJ):  there’s only one thing harder for investors than learning from other people’s mistakes, and that’s learning from their own.  I’ve known this for ages, but not many years were as chockful of reminders of it as 2011 has been.

Jonathan Wald (CNN):  no one cares about celebrities anymore. Except the good ones. And a bad tweet can linger longer than a Kardashian Marriage.

David Blair (Crosshairs Trader):  the market will do what it wants, when it wants, and how it wants…and does so quite often with or without me.

Mick Weinstein (Covestor):  I should appreciate living in a net lender nation with strong bank controls… now where’s our Stanley Fisher for all those other little matters? >> Read More

Lifestyle & Improvement

31 October 2011 - 5:21 am

  • Understanding self-control and irrationality (Dan Ariely)
  • How to be less busy (zenhabits)
  • Why you should meditate (Inc.)
  • 10 unusual ways to get in the top 1% (James Altucher)
  • What did Steve Jobs read? (Farnam)
  • How your brain leads you astray (Michael Mauboussin)
  • The Stockdale Paradox (Niall Doherty)
  • Wise words from the Dalai Lama (Twitpic)
  • The case for dietary supplements is collapsing (WSJ)
  • The belief that one is using a pro’s tool can actually improve performance (Guardian)
  • There are no limitations other than the ones you place on yourself on what you can really do (YouTube)

Lifestyle & Improvement

17 April 2011 - 16:34 pm

Lifestyle & Improvement -Links

16 January 2011 - 13:21 pm

For us Money is last Priority  in life…But Yes to gain Knowledge …….We are always Thirsty !

We had just read these articles in last 2-3 days….If u think u are having time then just enjoy !

Lifestyle & Improvement

19 December 2010 - 19:58 pm
  • Make 2011 your best year ever (Paints With Numbers)

  • A guide to inner peace (Zen Habits)

  • What would you do if you knew you were going to die today? (James Altucher)

  • Don’t have enough time to do the things you want? 80 ways to steal back time (Open)

  • 10 tips for re-energizing your day, every day (Open)

  • Don’t forget your daily dose of aspirin (Bloomberg)

  • 32 ways to love ourselves (James Altucher)

Lifestyle & Improvement

05 December 2010 - 14:16 pm
  • Gunn’s Golden Rules (MarketWatch)

  • I need to do a much better job on this – working on what counts (Gigaom)

  • Emerging research is showing a correlation between fat and stupidity (Weakonomics)

  • Give and you will receive (James Altucher)

  • Most people get enough calcium and vitamin D (Reuters)

  • Advice I want to tell my daughters (James Altucher)

  • Stop worrying about what others think (Open)

  • Goal setting: the 90 day challenge (Michael Hyatt)

  • Survival techniques for all entrepreneurs (James Altucher)

Lifestyle & Improvement

24 November 2010 - 17:22 pm

A wandering mind is an unhappy mind (Harvard)

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