Tim’s Top Links – 1/27/20

A sad, sobering day for a lot of folks yesterday as we dealt with the news of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna’s tragic passing.  I know it’s been said quite a bit, but it’s a sharp reminder to tell people that you love them, and cherish every day we have together.

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

‘Redundancy Prevents Catastrophe’ – Brendan Mullooly – Your Brain On Stocks

  • The complex, ever-changing dynamics that go into designing parachutes isn’t too different from retirement planning.  Find out how in Brendan’s latest post.

‘Tax Season is Here! What You Need to Make it Easy’ – Darla Mercado – CNBC

  • Today is the day the IRS begins accepting 2019 tax returns, so Darla tells readers how to make filing easier than expected.

‘Why Stocks Go Up & Down’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast

  • In Ep. 292, Brendan and Tom discuss the one reason that makes stocks go up and down before diving into a few other timely topics.

‘Low-Vol Strategies are Not the Same as Value, Profitability’ – Daniel Sotiroff – Morningstar

  • A common criticism of low volatility strategies is that they’re just re-packaged value.  Daniel writes about why that is NOT the case in his latest post.


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