Tim’s Top Links – 12/3/19

Well, two days into December and we got our first snow of the year here in New Jersey.  My stance on snow has solidified over the years: great for the first few hours, and then I wish it would just go away.

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

‘How to Spend Money’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • A lot of the mainstream financial media makes you anxious and guilty about spending money, but Nick writes about ways to counteract that and spend worry-free.

‘My Decade’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • With the decade wrapping up, Michael writes about each of the last 10 years and how much things have changed.

‘How to Avoid Digging Yourself Deeper in Debt This Holiday Season’ – CNBC

  • Credit card debt is real problem in the US, and the holiday season doesn’t help.  Check out this article to try and keep yourself on track.

‘Overconfidence: An Autobiography’ – Jason Zweig

  • Jason recalls a story from his college days and how overconfidence can get the best of everybody.


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