Just in case you’ve missed this….I’ve added a big resources page at the Orcam website. It’s much better organized than anything here at Pragcap. This blog is obviously just a running dialogue so a lot of good content gets lost over time if I don’t bookmark it. Plus, this site is kind of a disorganized mess. The list at Orcam is a collection of the more pertinent stuff from various websites and here at Pragcap from the years I’ve been working on the site.
One of my big goals with Orcam is to help create a smarter and more empowered public through a better understanding of money, finance, economics and the markets. If you haven’t checked out the educational page over there you might want to head over or bookmark it.
And please, if you have any suggestions for improvements or things I can do to help please let me know. Your feedback is the best way to improve things. See below:
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