We’re back after a snow-shortened week last week! For as ready as we feel to get a new year started, why does it always feel like we need a full week to get into the swing of things? Alright, NOW we’re ready to get 2022 started.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Over the years, plenty of investors have turned to the wisdom of Warren Buffett for direction in the stock market. Ben looks at what the “Buffett indicator” is saying now.
- When you’re playing a game, any game, there’s always really TWO games being played. Nick describes what the OTHER game is “the metagame” and why you should actually ignore it.
- A new survey showed that nearly 1 in 5 Americans have no money saved at all in 2021. To put it nicely, that’s not great. This article shows how some workplace benefit packages are aiming to help Americans save more for emergencies.
- Ideally, everybody would have zero credit card debt. However, that’s unrealistic, so it’s important for those with debt to know how much they have and how much interest they pay each month. This article shines a light on a weakness of some with debt.