Back in the swing of things after a LONG weekend of NFL playoff action! 3 games on both Saturday and Sunday was a LOT of football. Hopefully everyone made it through the first real weekend of 2021 with their resolutions still in tact!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- In my latest blog post last week, I wrote about the Mets blockbuster trade with the Indians, and a lesson we can all learn from it. Making quiet progress behind the scenes isn’t the sexy, flashy way to do it, but it personal finance it can make all the difference.
- In Ep. 339, we discussed the incoming changes in Washington and what it could mean for your finances in the coming years. The market doesn’t take feelings into account, and we need to keep the long-term in mind when thinking about potential changes.
- The word “bubble” gets thrown around a lot nowadays when discussing the market, but is it actually warranted? Michael writes about the circular relationship between “the market”, the top names in the market, and how they’re affecting the rest of stocks around them.
- Ben let’s everyone reading in on a little secret: it’s okay to not be a world-changing billionaire. Building wealth slowly over time is a perfectly great way to live. He writes about things he’ll never to get experience/understand, but why it’s okay because of the other trade-offs he gets to experience living life the way he wants to.