Housel Compares Expiring and Long-Term Knowledge

In a recent article for The Collaborative Fund, Morgan Housel reflects on the differences between information we retain and that which “expires” in short order. “It’s amazing how much of the information we consume has a half life measured in days or months,” Housel writes, pointing out how “expiring knowledge catches more attention than it should, for two reasons. One, there’s a lot of it, eager to buzz our short attention spans. Two, we chase… Read More