Tim’s Top Links – 12/30/19

Two days left in 2019!  Last week I posted about some things that happened to me this past year, and you can give it a read here if you’d like.

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

‘How to Always Have Enough’ – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One

  • It’s become common to always want more, and what we have is never enough.  Casey writes about having “enough” in his latest post.

‘Looking Back at the Bear Market, a Year Later’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • A year removed from the nearly 20% decline in the market, Ben looks back on what they were talking about in the midst of the market bottom.

‘Just Do It’ – Jonathan Clements – Humble Dollar

  • Jonathan presents readers with eleven things to do during their day to make their days better.  Read it and give them a try!

‘Americans are Taking Cash Out of Their Homes and It’s Costing Them’ – Wall Street Journal

  • Some Americans have begun taking cash out of their homes, using home equity, in exchange for refinancing to higher rates.


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