Tim’s Top Links – 11/14/19

The season of giving is upon us.  Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  At the end of each podcast, I ask the guest what the best piece of advice they’ve ever received is.  In this week’s podcast, I compiled some of my favorite answers into one big advice-giving episode!  You can listen to it here.

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

‘Fake It Till You Feel It’ – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One

  • The phrase ‘fake it till you make it’ gets a negative connotation, but Casey writes about why faking it till you FEEL it can work wonders for you on the inside!

‘Traits of the Worst Investors’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Everyone wants to emulate traits of the BEST investors, but nobody wants to admit traits of the WORST investors they might have.  Ben shares some of those traits in his latest post.

‘The Truth About Bond Investing’ – Dave Nadig – ETF.com

  • As Dave puts it, “bonds are weird”.  He explains why investing in bonds is a weird proposition when compared to other types of investments.

‘Sometimes the Market is Wrong’ – Daniel Sotiroff – Morningstar

  • As much as we’d like the market to be RIGHT all of the time, it isn’t.  Daniel explains why, and why index funds are still great investments in his latest post.


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