Tim’s Top Links – 1/13/20

The Titans beating the Ravens on Saturday night was an excellent reminder that a strong, but boring, gameplan and execution of that plan can certainly beat having the flashy, fun, exciting one.  The same can be said for an investment portfolio.

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

‘The High Cost of Death – Often a Surprise’ – Tom Mullooly – The Human Advisor

  • Not only is the passing of a loved one emotionally taxing, but it can also tax your bank account.  Tom writes about the costs associated with death.

‘What’s the Most Reliable Indicator?’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast

  • In Ep. 290, Brendan and Tom discuss what “reliable” indicators are, price targets for 2020, and planning to “just work longer” as a retirement strategy.

‘No One Gets Rich by Shunning New Cars and Lattes’ – Barry Ritholtz – The Big Picture

  • Barry adds some commentary to his article published in Bloomberg (linked in post) about how misguided articles about not spending your money can be.

‘The Next Chapter’ – Phil Huber – BPs and Pieces

  • After announcing a merger between Savant and Huber Financial, Phil outlines the future together with the two companies.


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