Tim’s Top Links – 7/3/19

This will be the last Top Links of the week, as we get ready for the Fourth of July holiday!  I hope everyone has a great Independence Day, and doesn’t eat TOO many hot dogs!

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

‘Where the Lines are Drawn’ – Tom Mullooly – The Human Advisor

  • When it comes to measuring performance in the market, it really does matter where you start from.  Tom looks at this in his latest post.

‘Portfolio Appendectomy’ – Phil Huber – BPs and Pieces

  • As the Great Financial Crisis rolls off the 10-year performance numbers for some funds, Phil takes a look at removing the “appendix” of your portfolio.

‘Escaping the Echo Chamber’ – Douglas A. Boneparth – Bone Fide Wealth

  • Social media can be a GREAT tool for advisors and small businesses, if you know how to use it.  Douglas writes about his failures and triumphs on the different platforms.

‘Kids Self-Employment System’ – Jeremy Walter – Calibrating Capital

  • Jeremy breaks down the system his family has for paying his children for different tasks around the house.  It’s always difficult determining the specifics, but plans like this can be a great benefit in teaching kids about money!


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