Back in action after a long, holiday weekend! Not too much going on this week, right? Just a reminder, when it comes to your investments, keep your head down and keep your long-term investing goals in mind when headlines get wild. Tuning out the noise is hard, but necessary.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- In a crazy year for the market, the guys looked back on what worked in 2020. While most areas of the market finished the year in positive territory, there was some rotation in leadership in the second half of the year that many didn’t see coming.
- I don’t think it can be overstated how important of a year 2020 was. History can only be used as a guide if we actually take lessons away from it. Posts like this from Nick are important to memorialize the lessons learned in such a chaotic year.
- The normal start time every year is usually in the middle of January. If you’re an early-bird who likes to file taxes as soon as possible, you’re going to have to wait a little longer than usual this year.
- Answering the question of why do we do what we do is extremely important. However, figuring out if that REALLY is the reason can be even more difficult. Jeremy dissects his thought process in figuring out why he REALLY does what he does.