Great content is oxygen for social networks, fuelling the fires of engagement.
If you share a piece of content that turns a light bulb on for someone in your audience, you add real value and create an opportunity for connection.
If you’ve ever wondered what you should be doing in social networks, the answer is this: sharing great content and helping people.
Here are some GREAT pieces for you to consume and share in your networks:
Asset allocation for muppets (25iq)
A “muppet” in the investment world is a regular investor, sort of the equivalent of a magic-less “muggle” in the Harry Potter universe. Great post by Tren Griffin.
Economist wins “genius grant” for proving that most traders are idiots (Business Insider)
Best headline ever! Most traders achieve suboptimal performance by selling winning stocks too early.
Ray Dalio’s vision for a “beautiful deleveraging” is compelling viewing for every citizen, not to mention every investor.
Nilofer Merchant writes an interesting piece on white male bias in venture capital and how they’re cutting off their nose to spite their face.
Fool your kids into not going to college (Altucher Confidential)
James Altucher thinks you need to make your kids do something of value in life before supporting their college aspirations.
Beating the market has become nearly impossible (Institutional Investor)
Don’t be fooled by the website or the title, this is a killer post for EVERY type of investor.
The idiocy of crowds (Reuters)
Two idiots log into a crowdfunding site (howardlindzon.com)
StockTwits founder Howard Lindzon‘s response to Salmon.