Tim’s Top Links – 8/26/19

I’m sure you’ve all heard the news about Colts quarterback Andrew Luck retiring by now.  It’s such a great reminder that we all need to do what makes us happy in life, even if you’re one of the most talented quarterbacks in the NFL.

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

‘Markets Don’t Repeat Themselves, But They Often Rhyme’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast

  • In Ep. 271 of the podcast, Brendan and Tom talk about past recessions and markets and how they don’t necessarily need to be the same next time.

‘The Deeper Meaning of Risk’ – Stefan Cheplick

  • There’s more to risk than just the amount of dollars on the line.  There’s also the mental capital at stake.

‘Does the Stock Market Have a Say in the Presidential Election?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • Ben writes about the markets and the economy during past presidential elections and if either really ends up having an impact on who wins.

‘Should You Trade on Tariff Headlines?’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker

  • Blog posts don’t need to be long to have an impact.  Josh succinctly answers the headlines question and makes it very simple for the readers.


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