Tim’s Top Links – 10/23/19

It’s that time of the year when Halloween candy is everywhere.  I got into a discussion at the gym last night about favorite vs. least favorite Halloween candy.

My favorite has to be Reese’s with Kit Kat close behind.  Least favorite are Mounds and Whoppers.  What are yours?

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

‘Uncomfortable Reading’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Michael shares his thoughts on negative market commentary, and why he feels it’s a waste of time to give it much attention.

‘401(k)s: Five Terms You Should Know’ – Maureen D. Wright – The Financial Fashion Planner

  • In an effort to clear up some financial jargon, Maureen explains 5 key terms everybody with a 401(k) should know and understand.

‘The Tax Benefits of Partial Roth Conversion’ – Peter Lazaroff

  • Everybody pays taxes, but you shouldn’t pay more than you need to.  Peter explains the reasons why a partial roth conversion could help!

‘Useful Biases’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund

  • The popularity of behavioral biases in finance has been well documented, but not ALL biases are bad.  Morgan explains why in his latest post.


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