Read, Learn, Watch. The best of the week ending 10/09.

There are times when I read something and it makes me want to quit writing.  Reading the Kirkreport interview with Howard Lindzon was one of those times.  If you only read one thing this week it should be this article.  Filled with great insight. Although I do not agree completely with Howard, it made me think, a lot.

The biggest problem I see is in America and trading is dwindling hope, if you do not think you can win, chances are you will not play the game. @SellPuts has scribed many posts on the issues. I will admit that I try to stay away from most of them. His current post is less angry and more sadness. I hope it gets better, but planning accordingly.

An important lesson on complexity from Gall’s Law.  h/t @Jason_Reed

As always Jeffery Carter put out some great insights and you should subscribe to his blog.

Great video on delayed gratification.  I am going to write more about this later. h/t @bankrchic

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