Tim’s Top Links – 4/3/20

A few months ago, this wouldn’t really be an accomplishment worth noting, but we’ve made it to the end of another week!  We’re in the middle of a very emotionally, mentally, physically taxing time, so any reason to celebrate even the smallest of victories should be taken advantage of.  Let’s have a great weekend!

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

‘The Problem With Buying Back in at the Bottom’ – Mullooly Asset Show

  • Getting out of the market and “waiting to buy back in when the dust settles” is much harder than it sounds.  Tom explains why and gives an example.

‘Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)’ – Tom Mullooly – Jersey Shore Financial Advisor

  • Tom gathered up as much good information as he could for small business owners about the PPP.

‘Making Investment Decisions in a Crisis’ – Blair duQuesnay, Josh Brown – The Compound

  • Blair and Josh discuss the process of the investment committee at Ritholtz Wealth Management, and how they make decisions in a crisis environment like this.

‘”Everybody Think”‘ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • With the market down, but having bounced last week, Michael writes about how “everyone thinks” we’ve bottomed or “everyone thinks” we’ll re-test the lows.


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