We obviously talk a lot about the markets here on Top Links. Personal finance, financial planning, investing and more are the usual topics. However, every once in a while I like to sprinkle in something non-market related. That post today is the latest from my brother, Casey Mullooly on his blog All Things Are One. Check it out here, and have a great weekend!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- In this week’s episode, Tom outlines why making all-in or all-out decisions in the market hardly ever works. He explains why most long-term investors would be better served in a 70/30 stock/bond allocation.
- Answering a question of a reader, Michael takes a look back at the dot com bubble and examined technology stocks during that period and how they fared. He comes to a few different possible conclusions about the future of growth stocks.
- Discussing money, and lending money, between family members can be a very touchy subject for most people. Peter walks through a few things to keep in mind when getting into a money lending situation with a family member.
- Morgan runs through a handful of useful personal finance philosophies and gives a little context to them. It’s good to keep these in mind when dealing with your own personal finances. It will help you stay on track and keep your perspective in check.