Tim’s Top Links – 3/6/20

It’s been another week of exhausting volatility in the market.  For all of the major upswings and downswings, we could wind up finishing the week relatively flat.  Go figure.

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

‘Small Business Doesn’t Get to Do Stock Buybacks’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker

  • As larger companies can weather the potential slowdown in bigger ways, Josh posted about the effects on small business this virus could have.

‘How Stocks Perform After the Fed Cuts Rates’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • The Fed cut rates, so that’s good for stocks right?  Hold on a second.  Nick breaks down how the markets have done after rate cuts in the past.

‘Why Robinhood’s Outage was a Blessing For Its Millennial Customers’ – Forbes

  • Earlier this week, Robinhood was down leaving some people unable to make trades in their account.  This article outlines why that may have been a good thing.

‘Perspective’ – Drew Dickson – Albert Bridge Capital

  • Steep market declines leave scars on investors’ psyches.  Drew writes about trying to wipe the slate clean each time and view each period through a new lense.


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