Tim’s Top Links – 2/26/19

Today marks the first day I will be putting my Top Links here on Living With Money!  Living With Money originally has been dedicated to my weekly podcast series airing new episodes every Thursday, but moving forward I will be sharing my Top Links every weekday and original blog posts here as well!

Same great content, just with a new home!  Hope you enjoy!

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


‘The Easiest Retirement Choice’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • Retirement is a complicated process, but Nick boils down the financial aspect to three things: 1) How much you save before retirement 2) Asset Allocation and 3) How Much You Spend in Retirement.  Read the full piece above to find out what the easiest choice of the three is.

‘Regret-Adjusted Returns’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Michael shows how timing US vs. International exposure is extremely difficult and can lead to regret.  As usual, there are some dynamite charts in this post!

‘Mistake are Lessons Inside Out’ – Carolyn Gowen – The Financial Bodyguard

  • Learning by doing is often times the best way to make progress, and get better at a given task.  Carolyn explains how in the stock market, sometimes just making mistakes isn’t enough to truly learn your lesson.

‘5 Tricks for Better Investing’ – Mullooly Asset Show

  • In Ep. 129 of the show, Tom talks about a recent Barron’s article that offers “tricks” for better investing.  While they are not necessarily secrets, these “tricks” are good behavioral habits to adopt, and Tom breaks them down for you.


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