Here's our latest collection of interesting articles on investing, personal finance, and stewardship.

And from the blogosphere...

  • The psychology of money (Morgan Housel, Collaborative Fund). A long read, but well worth it. Housel covers "20 flaws, biases, and causes of bad behavior" that trip people up when it comes to managing money.
  • Buy in May and stay invested (Charlie Bilello, Pension Partners). In which he explains why the catchy investing phrase "Sell in May and Go Away" makes no sense.
  • 6 things I learned from Big Mistakes (Ben Carlson, A Wealth of Common Sense). Tidbits from Michael Batnick's book, Big Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments, including the fact that famed "margin-of-safety" investor Benjamin Graham nearly got wiped out by — you guessed it — not leaving himself a margin of safety.
  • Financial contentment in an age of wealth (Spence Spencer, Ethics and Culture). Many of our financial wounds are self-inflicted. Learning to be content is a key step toward healing.
  • When flesh and heart fail: Why believers should consider advance directives (Kathryn Butler, The Gospel Coalition). In an era of increasingly costly and complex medical care we can't afford to ignore life's end — or to divorce our medical decisions from our Christian values.

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