Tim’s Top Links – 5/24/19

I’ve tried to stop marveling at how quickly time seems to move, but it really is remarkable that Memorial Day Weekend is upon us already.  I hope everyone has a great holiday weekend!

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

‘What I Learned From Doing a Financial Plan’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor 

  • There’s a big difference between learning about financial planning and actually DOING a plan for yourself.  Michael shared a few thoughts on this yesterday.

‘Financial Advisors are More Stressed Out Than Their Clients’ – CNBC

  • Stress levels in general over the last 5 years have risen, but advisors find themselves more worried than clients.

‘House Passes Bill Making Big Changes to U.S. Retirement System’ – WSJ

  • This bill would change some of the age limits and requirements for 401(k) withdrawals and contributions.

‘You Can Learn How to Be Rich’ – The Compound

  • Josh, Michael, and Ben from Ritholtz Wealth Management talk to Ramit Sethi about his books about personal finance and psychology.


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