Minyanville Underground Railroad: Lessons Learned Into 2010
Below is an excerpt from Todd’s column, 2010: Things I've Learned which will publish on Minyanville tomorrow morning. This is a MUR exclusive.
The last few years forever changed the socioeconomic landscape and seismically shifted our collective perception of what we do, how we do it, and whom we do it with.
An era of conspicuous consumption became The Age of Austerity.
Despite percolating societal acrimony and emerging class warfare, adversity defined character and brought out the best in those determined to effect positive change.
There were unfortunate hardships and many reasons to lament but many learned to appreciate the little things in life and be thankful for what they once took for granted.
As we look back at the past year and cast an eye ahead, newfound perspective will most certainly go a long way.
These are some of the lessons I’ve learned; many relate to the markets but most apply to life...
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