It’s the season of giving, but it doesn’t mean it should also be the season of ‘breaking the budget’. It’s been crucial to have a grip on spending here in 2020, and this holiday season it’s more important than ever! Even if it’s just for the next few weeks, keep a close eye on your spending habits.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘How Personal Finance Helped Launch Dazed and Confused’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- You probably wouldn’t think Dazed and Confused and personal finance belong in the same sentence together. In his latest post, Ben writes about how Richard Linklater made some wise personal finance decisions to help him get to the point of making the movie.
‘November to Remember’ – Phil Huber – BPs and Pieces
- November 2020 may go down as one of the most historic months in recent memory. Both in and out of the markets, events transpired that were truly remarkable. Phil chronicles everything that went on during the last month.
‘The Ghosts of Commentary Future’ – Rusty Guinn – Epsilon Theory
- It’s that time of year again! And no, I don’t mean Christmas. It’s “market outlook” season. This post cleverly outlines the “ghosts of commentary future” you’ll be visited by during December looking into 2021. Beware!
‘The Top 30 Stocks Over the Last 30 Years…’ – Charlie Bilello – Compound Advisors
- The cumulative gains over the last 30 years for the top 30 stocks in the S&P 500 are staggering. You know what else are staggering? The drawdowns a lot of those same stocks faced during the same period. With great gain comes great pain.