The internet is the most crowded marketplace in human history.
In such a chaotic place, finding the right investment advice is painful. To this day, I have consumed hundreds of blog articles, YouTube videos, and podcasts about ETFs, stocks, Bitcoin & Co.
My research findings, however, have been depressing:
I had a lot of deep talks with friends and family lately.
Surprisingly, all conversations revolved around the same kind of topics:
At the age of 10, I had a seemingly glorious business idea. I envisioned a voice recorder that turns audio automatically into computer text.
Although I was clueless about how to build this product, I had the urge to share this idea with my father. Then the shock — my father confessed to me that an audio-to-text converter already had been invented.
The good news is that I had enough time to process that shock. The bad news is that, even 20 years later, the same phenomenon keeps happening to me:
I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with motivational advice. But thanks to Facebook, Instagram & Co., I’ve got completely tired of it.
To give you a taste, here are some of my least favorites:
Masochism at its finest.