This will be my last Top Links before the Christmas holiday, so I hope everyone has a safe and happy weekend! Also please keep me in your thoughts, as I will be attending the “Monsoon in the Meadowlands” tonight (Jets-Jaguars Thursday Night Football). Downpouring rain to watch the Jets? I must be nuts!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Investing is so difficult because the future is always uncertain, but everything seems obvious after the fact. This leads investors into a harmful way of looking at the stock market called hindsight bias. In this week’s video, Casey examines why investors fall victim to things like FOMO and hindsight bias.
- In this post, Tadas discusses the importance of aligning our risk tolerance with our perception of risk. While they sound similar, the two are very different and can impact how we manage our investments.
- The bill working its way through Congress at the moment could bring some changes to retirement plans and how folks save for a rainy day. This post outlines some of the proposed changes.
- Traveling can be expensive, and sometimes that can deter folks from booking trips. The ability to buy now, pay later can help people travel more, but it also comes with a few negatives too. This post breaks it down!