Tim’s Top Links – 5/18/20

I realized this morning that today is the 6 year anniversary of my college graduation.  It’s really remarkable to think back on everything that has happened over the last 6 years, and how far I’ve come both professionally and personally.

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

‘What Will the Economic Recovery Look Like?’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast

  • Last week’s podcast, I spoke with Tom and Brendan about why the “letter shape” of the recovery is less important for individuals than their own personal recovery.  We also discuss gold, oil, and a few other interesting articles!

‘Inequality Everywhere You Look’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • After sharing a few bleak examples from the restaurant and hospitality industry in general, Ben describes how the inequality in the country is only being amplified by shutdowns and the pandemic.  The industries being hit the hardest are the ones with the employees struggling the most.

‘The Ultimate Curveball’ – Carolyn Gowen – The Financial Bodyguard

  • In Carolyn’s latest post she shares an important lesson about leadership, but also about reacting to curveballs that life has throw your way.  In this case, it was a curveball that nobody saw coming.

‘Nothing Fails Quite Like Success in the Stock Market’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Looking back at an old post from 2014, Ben writes about how hard it is to believe right now that the energy sector was the top dog back in that year and technology stocks had been underperforming. It’s difficult to see how things that are king today could fall, but they almost always do over time.


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