The Masters begins this morning, and since it’s 2020 this tournament faces a little bit of adversity. First, it’s being played in November. Second, the weather is currently less than stellar in Georgia. Third, it gets dark at 5pm now, so any long delay in play will make it difficult to finish the tournament by Sunday.
But like the rest of the world in 2020, they’ll find a way to persevere and make it work! Just like the rest of us!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- 2020 has presented investors with plenty of chances to hop into and out of the market – only to their detriment. Working with a fiduciary advisor, you can be sure that the advice you’re getting is in your best interest and not the interest of lining the advisors’ pockets.
- In his latest post, Michael shares a rather eye-popping post about two different investing factors. 493 days is a very long time. Check out this post to see what happened between the two factors for the first time in 493 days and what it means for investors.
- Within the CARES Act, required minimum distributions (RMD) for 2020 are NOT required. This article outlines a few things that experts say retirees should do with the distribution instead.
- Although it’s less than ideal, Social Security is the most important source of income for people in retirement. This article clears up any confusion there might be over what happens to your Social Security if you collect while still working.