Tim’s Top Links – 6/18/19

A lot of times the posts that hit me the hardest aren’t the posts with the most ground-breaking financial data or concepts, but rather the touching, personal stories a colleague shares.  The first post today does just that.  Please take a minute to read it.

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

‘Stay in the Game’ – Drew Dickson – Albert Bridge Capital 

  • Drew tells the heart-wrenching story of his son Max, his struggles, and how a puppy and a random act of kindness from a stranger helped save his life.

‘A Few Thoughts on Public Speaking’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund

  • After giving talks on five different continents, Morgan shares a helpful list of points to remember when giving a public talk.

‘What I Learned From Five Crashes’ – Jonathan Clements – The Evidence-Based Investor

  • Over the span of his career, Jonathan has experienced 5 market crashes, each with its own unique details that he outlines in his latest post.

‘Millennials Should Shrug Off Annuities For Now’ – Beth Pinsker – Reuter’s

  • While “lifetime income” sounds enticing to some Millennials who are risk-averse, this article suggests they’d be better off looking elsewhere for now.


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