Tim’s Top Links – 6/7/19

Yes, the jobs report came out this morning.  Yes, there are plenty of headlines about potential rate cuts(?) and the market.  HOWEVER, the most important news of the day is this: TODAY IS NATIONAL DONUT DAY! Go get yourself a donut, and have a great weekend!

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

‘What Trump’s Tax Bill Means For Your Money’ – Josh Brown – CNBC 

  • A few months after tax season, Josh and Bill Sweet of Ritholtz Wealth Management explain what the tax change meant for individuals and corporations.

‘Selling the Sizzle: Risk-Adjusted Returns’ – Ashby Daniels – Retirement Field Guide

  • When it comes to “managed volatility” strategies, it’s most likely a case of ‘sounds too good to be true’.  Make sure you’re getting the steak with the sizzle you pay for.

‘Escrow Your Cash Flow’ – Jeremy Walter – Calibrating Capital

  • Jeremy explains the benefits of using the escrow concept from a mortgage to pay for other large expenses in your yearly budget.

‘Don’t Believe the Hype’ – Alex Riley – Bunker Riley

  • When assessing your investment choices just remember that past performance does not equal future performance, and many fund managers get overhyped.


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