Phil Town believes that investing in the stock market doesn’t need to be risky to be profitable, and that you can make money in absolutely any time and state of the market, especially in recessions. What we know of with mutual funds and the majority of hedge fund managers isn’t what Phil considers investing-instead, they are simply speculating on how the market will perform, which is incredibly risky. Instead, here’s how you can find the true, measurable value of companies, and how to buy them on a sale price that…

Helen and Harville want us to understand that the perfectly happily married couple is ultimately incompatible. The difference between the married couples that fail and those that succeed is not in their compatibility, but in the way they choose to understand their incompatibility. After both Helen and Harville experienced a divorce of their own, they approached the beginning of their relationship asking the question “What makes some couples stay together and some fall apart?” The result of their deep theorizing and research is Imago, a relationship methodology they teach that…

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