Tim’s Top Links – 11/13/19

Last week on the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Brendan and Tom discussed the idea of making trades in your account because of an upcoming election.  You can listen to it here to find out what they had to say.

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

‘My Personal Story’ – Maureen Wright – The Financial Fashion Planner

  • It’s always great to hear how someone got started in their career, and Maureen gives the readers a look into how she became an advisor.

‘Death, Taxes, and Chip-Shot Field Goals’ – Stephen Nelson – Per Diem

  • Stephen shares some helpful ways people can save money on taxes, especially if you’re nearing (or in) retirement.

‘N = 1’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • As Nick illustrates, small sample sizes have been affecting mankind’s decision making for years, but he offers a potential solution for all of us.

‘Surveys are Mostly Bullshit’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • For a number of reasons that Michael lays out for us, answers to surveys should (at the very least) be taken with a grain of salt before accepted as hard facts.


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