Tim’s Top Links – 5/12/20

The first article today is extremely important.  We continuously hear about the health and financial tolls of this pandemic, but the mental side of things are rarely discussed.

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

‘We’re in the Middle of a Mental Health Crisis’ – Dr. Brad Klontz – CNBC

  • It’s important not to overlook the mental health ramifications of this pandemic.  Dr. Klontz shares some really important reminders for those who may be struggling mentally right now.

‘Onward to Greatness’ – Dasarte Yarnway – Berknell Financial

  • Dasarte shares the deeper meaning behind his catchphrase.  He shares lessons he’s learned on the battlefield during this pandemic and why we shouldn’t give up on 2020 or the future in general.

‘Death By a Thousand Should’s’ – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One

  • We all seem to be convinced that we should feel good all of the time.  Who told us this?  In his latest post, Casey looks at “feeling good” versus “feeling bad” and all of the thoughts that come along with those two things.

‘Does COVID-19 Prove the Stock Market is Inefficient?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Some people believe that markets are completely efficient.  Some people believe that humans are pulling the strings, so therefore they cannot be.  Ben shares a back and forth between two well known market-thinkers who pose opposite beliefs on the matter.


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