Tim’s Top Links – 1/21/20

If you had off from work for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I hope you had a nice long weekend! If you didn’t, let’s keep the momentum going into Tuesday.

On an NFL note, the Super Bowl matchup is set and it should be a great game!  Only problem is that we have wait two weeks for it.

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

‘Don’t Hate Your Comfort’ – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One

  • Dealing with discomfort changes when the discomfort isn’t voluntary or temporary.  Casey writes about this in his latest post.

‘Where the Magic Happens in the Stock Market’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • After taking a look into the numbers of Apple, and its continued skyrocketing stock price, Ben talks about what really makes a stock move.

‘Preparing for Lower Returns’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • With a few market “juggernauts” vocalizing their views on lower returns, Michael writes about what advisors can do with these expectations.

‘A Common Mistake Investors Make: Mental Rigidity’ – Peter Lazaroff

  • Accepting new ideas and beliefs is usually more difficult than we think.  Peter writes about this mental rigidity in his latest post and how it affects us all.


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