Tim’s Top Links – 7/17/19

Have you guys seen the new Face App thing people are doing where it ages a picture of themselves by about 30 years?  At first, it was funny.  Now, it’s kind of just freaking me out.  Luckily, it’ll be over in a few days!

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

‘How I Invest My Own Money’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker 

  • Just as the article title suggests, Josh explains how he invests his own money in his latest post.

‘Losing Dollars vs. Losing Percentages’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • Sometimes it’s a good exercise to put returns into dollar terms, not percentages.  Nick tells a personal story of missing out on a 6% in 12 days rally in the market.

‘Opposite of Conventional Wisdom’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Michael breaks down some beliefs about investing that are considered ‘conventional wisdowm’, and why they might need re-thinking.

‘The Unfair Advantage of Discomfort’ – Ryan Krueger

  • Ryan writes about how providing kids with too much “comfort” growing up could be hindering their overall ability to become successful.


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