Tim’s Top Links – 2/14/20

A happy Valetine’s Day to everyone reading out there!  If you missed it yesterday, be sure to tune in to Ep. 108 of the podcast.  You can check it out here!

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

‘One Portfolio Risk to Rule Them All’ – Movement Capital

  • There are plenty of risks that portfolios face, but this post illustrates how sequence risk rules them all.

‘The Price of Admission’ – Charlie Bilello – Compound Advisors

  • In his latest post, Charlie outlines how good the market has been since 2008 even with some substantial declines.  There is a price to pay for the potential upside growth.

‘When You Were Born > Everything Else’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • There are countless variables that factor into an investor’s success in the market, but Michael writes about why simply when you were born matters the most.

‘Growing Appeal of Fixed Income ETFs’ – Todd Rosenbluth – ETF.com

  • In Todd’s latest post, he writes about the appeal of fixed income ETFs and why they brought in $156 billion in net inflows in 2019.


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