It’s a strange feeling rooting for your favorite team to lose, but that’s once again where we are at with the New York Jets. Last night’s game was a nail biter, but in the sense that we were all rooting for them to blow the lead instead of hold onto it. Sometimes sports can be truly bizarre.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘How to Simplify Your Financial Life’ – Mullooly Asset Blog
- Have you ever heard the loving phrase “keep it simple stupid”? Well, it certainly applies to your financial life. In our weekly post, we outline a few easy ways to simplify your financial life before retirement.
‘When the Dust Settles’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor
- If you’re investing strategy includes trying to time the market and wait things out “until the dust settles”, Michael illustrates how 2020 probably hasn’t really been your year. He writes about the ups and downs of this year and just how crazy it’s been.
‘The Post-Pandemic Trade’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Following the announcement of a promising vaccine for COVID-19, Ben writes about how it may actually be time to think of a post-pandemic market. The possibilities are endless of what that may look like, but Ben has an entertaining debate with himself about it.
‘What a Biden Presidency Means For Your Finances’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
- Every new administration comes with their own set of ideas and a wish list of things they’d like to accomplish. Nick takes a look at what realistically could get done, and what it could potentially mean for your own personal finances under a Biden presidency.