Tim’s Top Links – 5/29/19

One of my guilty pleasures has to be reality singing/performing shows.  I’m a sucker for The Voice and America’s Got Talent.  One of the biggest reasons is the heartfelt stories that go along with some of the contestants.  Last night on America’s Got Talent, we were introduced to Kodi Lee.  Watch this video if you want to get hit right in the feels.

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

‘Crowds’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker 

  • Just like how you have to now wait in line for a selfie on top of Mt. Everest, Josh talks about how all good, profitable things get ambushed by people eventually.

‘Where Does My Money Go?’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Piggybacking off his post about financial planning, Michael breaks down where his family’s money goes on a monthly basis as an example for the rest of us.

‘The Last Drop’ – Douglas A. Boneparth – Bone Fide Wealth

  • Following Suze Orman’s ridiculous indictment of Millennials and coffee, Douglas introduces Buy The Drip to help you calculate the true costs involved with purchasing, or NOT purchasing, your coffee.

‘Four Ways to Get the Most Out of Your 529 College Savings Plan’ – Darla Mercado – CNBC

  • Since May 29th is 529 College Savings Plan Day, Darla outlines ways to make sure your 529 is serving its purpose as best it can.


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