Tim’s Top Links – 10/4/19

For all of the research, papers, and studies done on how to maximize returns in the market, money really is just a tool to let us live our best life.

In this week’s podcast, I spoke with Karen Cordaway about how her new book lets individuals utilize their money to cross things off their bucket list and enjoy life!

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

‘Are No-Commission Trades Good for Investors?’ – Ben Johnson – Morningstar

  • Ben speaks with Christine Benz about the new trend of “no-commission” trading, and ways that investors might make up for those expenses elsewhere.

‘Three Big Things: The Most Important Forces Shaping the World’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund

  • Morgan explains the BIG things that happen over time that helped shape the world today, and why it’s important to understand where they came from.

‘Don’t Overlook Market’s Middle’ – Todd Rosenbluth – ETF.com

  • Many investors have been focusing on large and small caps, but Todd writes about why it’s important not to forget those in the middle – mid cap.

‘When Does Student Debt Make Sense, and When Doesn’t It?’ – Larry Light, Jason Lina – Forbes

  • Larry and Jason talk about student debt and situations in which it makes sense versus when it doesn’t.  There’s a difference between good debt and bad debt.


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