Do you know how much risk you’re taking with your investments? If you don’t, you really should. In his latest post, Tom outlines the importance of knowing how much risk you’re taking. Check it out here.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- We all know the saying “hindsight is 20/20”, but it can really be amplified in the investing business. Peter walks readers through what hindsight bias is and how it can really impact your investment decisions.
- There were/are plenty of people that worried the stock market rally wasn’t showing enough breadth and that it was being propped up by the big technology stock names. Well, Michael illustrates just how off-base that notion has been since the summer.
- The pandemic has changed how people do business in just about every industry. The financial advisory space is no different. Josh writes about how technology and COVID have made the “local advisor” almost a thing of the past.
- Because of course, right? This post outlines how interest rates for savings accounts have plummeted to near nothing, while the pandemic has forced more and more Americans to increase their savings rate.