Tim’s Top Links – 8/28/19

It’s no secret that a lot of folks are struggling with student loan payments.  It was eye-opening to learn that there are some companies out there today scamming those folks out of money for “student debt relief” programs.  Check the first link below.

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

‘Beware of Student Loan Scams’ – Mullooly Asset Show

  • Ep. 155 of the show, Tom talks about different warnings signs for potential scams in student debt relief programs.

‘The Things That Matter’ – Stephen Nelson – Per Diem

  • Whether you’re on the athletic field, or investing, there are things that are important to focus on that add value, and things that SEEM like they add value but don’t.

‘You Probably Can’t Use the Yield Curve to Time the Market’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense

  • As the headline implies, Ben explains why the yield curve inverting might not be the market timing tool people think it is.

‘Mind the Gap? Rethinking the Investor Gap Equation’ – EconomPic

  • Jake takes a look at Morningstar’s annual ‘Mind the Gap’ report, and shows why some fund flows affect the gap more than investor behavior might.


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