We are officially done with Halloween and into the final two months of 2022. October was a record-breaking month for the markets, and investors hope to get through the next Fed meeting and midterm elections unscathed. We shall find out soon enough!
Here’s what I’ve been reading today:
- Nick has been candid about a few decisions in his past, like not joining a large tech firm or selling part of his Bitcoin. As time goes on though, those decisions seem better or worse depending on the current state of affairs. Nick explains why the present defines the past in his latest post.
- When it comes to the economy, the yield curve inverting usually isn’t a good sign. This article looks at the state of the yield curve currently, and what it means for your portfolio moving forward.
- Do you think you know where stocks are going to go next? How certain are you? In this post, Jason writes about the dangers of feeling very certain regarding the next direction of stocks. Sometimes it’s better to admit you don’t know.
- When it comes to deciding what to do with your money, there are a few ways to go about it. In this post, Adam writes about the idea of capital allocation and how it can help people break away from their traditional budget.