Tim’s Top Links – 10/30/19

The two best words in sports: Game 7.  The World Series comes down to ONE game tonight, and for a baseball fan I couldn’t be more excited.  It’s remarkable how such a long season, 162 games plus the playoffs, comes down to just one game!

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

‘The No. 1 Thing Americans Get Disastrously Wrong About Retirement’ – MarketWatch

  • Thinking you just need to get to $1 million to comfortably retire might not be as safe an assumption as it used to be.

‘Generation Why?’ – Jason Zweig

  • With all the talk about Millennials, Boomers, and other generations, Jason asks the important question – does it matter?

‘There’s Never Been a Better Time to Be an Individual Investor’ – Ben Carlson – Fortune

  • You’ll get mixed messages from the financial media sometimes, but Ben outlines why right now is the best time for investors.

‘The sCAPEgoat’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • A lot is made of valuations for different investments, and Nick writes about why they seem to get more attention than they deserve.


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