Tim’s Top Links – 6/5/19

IPO’s like Blue Apron, Lyft, and Uber have been generating a lot of buzz in the headlines recently, but do they have a place in someone’s financial plan?

Brendan and Tom talked about this and more in Ep. 260 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast this week.  You can listen to it here!

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

‘One or the Other’ – Douglas A. Boneparth – Bone Fide Wealth

  • When repaying debt, there’s usually two very different strategies people choose.  But why does it have to be all one or all the other?

‘Professor Scott Galloway Visits the Compound!’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker 

  • Galloway joins the guys at Ritholtz Wealth Management to chat about his new book – you don’t want to miss this video.

‘Financial Advice for My New Daughter’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund

  • Yesterday, via Twitter, Morgan shared that his family welcomed a new daughter (congrats, Morgan!).  He writes about financial advice he’ll share with her one day.

‘High Profits at Low Rates: The Benefits of Bond Convexity’ – Portfolio Charts

  • With the steady growth of the stock market since 2009, folks find themselves asking why they should own bonds at all?  This post breaks down why.


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