TSF Digest #04: Your Brain Needs Sleep

I have always been curious of our brain and a strong believer in prioritizing brain and body capabilities. For example, I take multiple 5 minute breaks in a working day to allow my brain to “breathe” and relax my focus. I am impressed with individuals like Elon Mush who can perform on the long run with 4 hours of sleep but I strongly strongly disagree with this approach for the common individuals.

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Net Worth Update #03: March 2020 – Partial Unemployement (+3’838 CHF)

This month of March 2020 has been quite unique for me. First, we saw the fastest bear market for the stocks in history. At the time of writing this article, the S&P500 has gained more than 20% from its current bottom making it the strongest stock market increase since the Great Depression. Also, for the first time in my life, my employer has put me under partial unemployment.

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COVID-19 And Your Investments

I am writing this article today as I just been informed that a mandatory home office policy is applied globally as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak in Europe and North America.

The news of this epidemy started for me mid-January, only impacting China mainly. I did however carefully monitored the situation as China’s economic power is significant, and so is its supply chain for the rest of the world.

Complete transparency: I sold all my shares of VT and VTI the 24th of February and I plan to consider entering the market after the April earnings cycle.

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