Tim’s Top Links – 4/24/19

Have you checked out Brendan’s new blog yet?  His new site ‘Your Brain On Stocks’ is home to some of his best work.  Every couple weeks Brendan is pumping out some terrific content, and this morning he dropped another great post.

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

‘Your Financial Plan is a Compass, Not a Map’ – Brendan Mullooly – Your Brain On Stocks

  • It’s okay to for the tiny details of your financial plan to be occasionally wrong, as long as your still moving in the right direction.

‘Investment Lessons From an Easter Egg Hunt’ – Dan Russo – Chaikin Analytics

  • Investors behave like little kids in an Easter egg hunt.  All chasing the same eggs in one part of the yard.  Wonderful analogy from Dan in this post.

‘Buying Cotton Candy to Eat the Stick’ – Anthony Isola – A Teachable Moment

  • Investors get easily distracted from their actual goals.  Whether it’s being tax-averse, political distraction, or something different, it’s imperative to keep your eye on the prize.  The cotton candy, not the cardboard stick.

‘The 3 Levels of Wealth’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • In Ben’s latest post, he talks about Stewart Butterfield’s (of Slack) three levels of wealth explained in personal finance terms everyone can understand.


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