Tim’s Top Links – 4/29/19

It was a big weekend for a lot of TV/movie fans with the Avengers movie premiering, and an epic episode of Game of Thrones airing last night.

I personally find it disappointing when people who are fans of shows/movies just immediately criticize something after seeing it.  It makes me sad that some people can’t just enjoy something for what it is!

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

‘No-Man’s-Land’ – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One

  • In his latest post, Casey explores the idea that it’s okay to “care” and “not care” about something at the same time.  You don’t need to choose a side.

‘Why We Believe in Magic’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Folks would rather believe in a magic trick, or a get rich quick scheme, than actually see how it is does.

‘Style Surfing the Business Cycle’ – Corey Hoffstein – Newfound Research

  • There are a number of different factors to invest in, but how would they work in rotation based on what phase of the business cycle we’re in?

‘Learning From My Financial Mistakes’ – Christine Benz – Morningstar

  • We all make mistakes, even financial professionals.  Christine outlines some mistakes that hopefully you can learn from!


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