Tim’s Top Links – 4/8/19

For Game of Thrones fans out there: WE DID IT! There is finally a new episode this Sunday.  Oh, not to mention it’s also Master’s week.

Master’s Sunday right into the Game of Thrones season premiere?  YES PLEASE.

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

‘We’re All Coaching Someone’ – Derek Hernquist – Advisor Portfolios

  • Whether it’s investing or professional football, having an advisor or coach that can get the best behavior out of their relationships is paramount.

‘The Well Being of U.S. Households’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Michael shares some eye-opening statistics the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System’s annual report.  You may want to check this out.

‘Dividends Don’t Matter as Much as They Used To’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Dividend strategies still have a place in the investing world, but as Ben outlines, they have a shrinking role compared to previous decades.

‘You Are Not as Good at Kissing as You Think. But You Are Better at Dancing’ – The New York Times

  • The authors of the piece illustrate how we overestimate and underestimate our abilities in different things in weird ways.


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