Tim’s Top Links – 3/29/19

So the Mets are going 162-0.  It has been decided.  Anything else going on today?

LYFT is having its IPO.  Has anybody made the joke “get ready for LYFT-off?”  Oh, everybody has?  Okay then.  Well, have a great weekend!

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

‘Giving Money to Your Children: An Alternate Strategy’ – Ashby Daniels – Retirement Field Guide 

  • Ashby outlines a couple different ways to pass wealth down to your kids.  One way, as he describes, could prove more rewarding than the rest.

‘Nothing is Safe’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • If you were given $1 million to invest for the next 100 years, what would you invest it in?  Nick looks back at the LAST 100 years, and tries to identify a safe investment.

‘Different Kinds of Information’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund

  • With new information shooting out a firehose at us constantly, how can anyone make sense of it all?  Morgan starts by identifying what the different types of information are, and organizing from there.

‘Inside the Life of a Millennial Dairy Farmer’ – Forbes

  • This article follows a 25 year old Cornell graduate Emilie Mulligan through her life as a fourth generation dairy farmer.


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