Tim’s Top Links – 12/16/19

This week is a special one for Living With Money.  We drop Episode 100 of the podcast on Thursday!  I thought back to when Living With Money was just an idea in my head, and to be on the verge of our 100th episode is really exciting and motivating to keep going for the next hundred!

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

‘One-Way Doors’ – Brendan Mullooly – Your Brain on Stocks

  • Flexibility in financial planning is key.  You don’t want to make decisions that send you through a one-way door.

‘A Year-End To-Do List for Bucket Investors’ – Christine Benz – Morningstar

  • If you employ a “bucket” type approach for your investments, Christine has a useful list to check out before the year ends!

‘Get Rich or Die Buyin” – Ramp Capital

  • Ramp poses the loaded question: would you rather die with $0 or $1 million and breaks down the the implications of both.

‘How I Eat for Free in NYC Using Python, Automation, AI and Instagram’ – Chris Buetti

  • Food expenses in a big city like New York can add up quick.  This post illustrates how one guy uses technology to eat for FREE.  It’s a long read, but worth your time.


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