Tim’s Top Links – 5/21/19

While I was at the gym this morning, I glanced up at the TV playing CNBC and saw the headline: “Morgan Stanley says worst case Tesla goes to $10”.

My first thought was: “Wouldn’t $0 be the worst case?” and my second thought was “Didn’t they say YESTERDAY it could go to $4,000?”

I guess my point is don’t read into the sensationalism on CNBC too much.  It’s purely for entertainment, not action.

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘Stop the Financial Pornography’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • Too many headlines/articles make financial exceptions seem more common than they are, and Nick has finally had enough!

‘The Best Kind of Learning’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • When you choose to read books on your own versus being told to read them by someone else, the effects the book can have are more significant.

‘Love and Money’ – Daniel Crosby – Blinker Capital Blog

  • The biggest source of worry for married couples is money, but many don’t openly discuss it.  Daniel offers a few solutions in his latest post.

‘Sunk Costs, Todd Frazier, and Moving On’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast

  • Last week’s podcast had Brendan and Tom discussing the concept of sunk costs with investments, and related to the struggling Mets third baseman.

ENJOY!

Tim’s Top Links – 4/10/19

A common theme in the articles I found today: progress.  Whether you’re just setting goals, looking back on the past 10 years of working towards those goals, or getting ready for a brand new adventure, making progress is always important.

Whether it’s slow and steady, or at a rapid pace, making any progress is always an accomplishment to be proud of.

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

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045 – Jeanette Pavini – Coupons.com

In Ep. 045, Tim talks with Jeanette Pavini.  Jeanette is a 2x Emmy-winning consumer and investigative reporter, and the national spokeperson of Coupons.com.  They talk about ways to make the most of your money shopping this holiday season, and ways to start saving money even during the holidays.  They talk about the benefits of coupons, and how technology has made it even easier to save money with coupons!


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