I have mentioned before that the only thing I got from Australian history at school aside from our national preoccupation with celebrating defeat (Gallipoli) and eulogising drunken brawls (Rum Rebellion and Eureka Stockade) was the fact that the people who made the real money from our various gold rushes were the people who sold the…Details
Jason McIntosh and Louise Bedford talk about the importance of not believing our own press and the perils of ego. Watch Jason’s free training so that you could grab the sharemarket rewards you deserve. You’ll see his trades, entries, exits and trading rules and get his incredible views on the markets for free. Get this intensive…Details
All of trading is a compromise based upon what you want out of the market and what the market can give you at any given time. It is at this early point in my section that people begin to get frustrated because they become obsessed in part by the need for perfection. Trading is not…Details
The association between cardiorespiratory fitness and the incidence of common mental health disorders
Physical activity is associated with a lower incidence of common mental health disorder, but less is known about the impact of cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF).
More here – Journal of Affective Disorders
Long story made short – get off your arse its good for you…..
A little more than a generation ago, a stealthy revolution swept America. It was a dual changing of the guard: Two tribes, two attitudes, two approaches to a good society were simultaneously displaced by upstart rivals. In the world of business, the manufacturing bosses gave way to Wall Street dealmakers, bent on breaking up their…Details
With worries about a currency war growing and bond yields collapsing, investors have reached for their usual haven of gold. Only this time it has a friend (as my colleague Tim Culpan wrote this week): Bitcoin. Gold’s dollar price has risen 7% this month, Bitcoin’s by 18%. This apparent use of the two commodities as companion…Details
Patience may be a virtue, but it could also be a key economic indicator. Economists are interested in values like patience, altruism, and trust because they play key roles in how people behave. Those individual and collective behaviors can have wide-ranging effects on a nation’s propensity for armed conflict, trajectories of per capita income, and…Details