Tim’s Top Links – 7/19/19

If you missed this week’s new podcast episode with author Kerry Hannon, you can still go listen to it here!  Enjoy the weekend!

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

‘The Investor’s High’ – Brendan Mullooly – Your Brain on Stocks

  • Similar to a runner’s high, an investor experiences the same thing.  However, the negative effects of too much running/investing don’t often show themselves fast enough.

‘Sometimes the Best Returns Come From CEOs You’ve Never Heard Of’ – Josh Brown – CNBC

  • Everyone knows Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, but Josh explains why some of the best companies have CEOs whose names you wouldn’t recognize.

‘We Don’t Have to Have a Recession’ – C. Thomas Howard – Think Advisor

  • The news seems to be sure there is a recession on the horizon, but the author writes there doesn’t seem to be a ‘natural’ reason present for that to be the case.

‘Why History Gets Stuff Wrong All the Time’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Sure there are history books written about the past, but Ben writes about huge moments in time where things weren’t exactly as portrayed in the history books.


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