Tim’s Top Links – 2/5/20

Before another episode of the podcast drops tomorrow, be sure to check out last week’s episode!  You can listen to Ep. 106 here.

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

‘Will Retiring Baby Boomers Crash the Stock Market?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • With the Boomers getting ready for retirement, there are fears they will crash the market selling their investments.  Ben gives his take on this issue.

‘Teaching Financial Education in Schools Finally Catches On’ – CNBC

  • The number of states requiring personal finance courses for students in high school and middle school is on the rise.

‘How Volatility Can Inform ETF Sector Investing’ – Matt Moran – ETF.com

  • This article takes a look at how volatility, especially around elections, has impacted sector dispersion within ETF investing.

‘Budget: Much Ado About Nothing’ – Safal Niveshak

  • Many people like to think national budgets and big economic news should drive their personal finance decisions.  This article explains why it shouldn’t.

ENJOY!

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