We’re back with more Top Links this morning after a long holiday weekend! Hopefully everybody is refreshed and ready to finish out these last few days of 2021 strong.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘The Future of the Movie Industry’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Ben walks through the recent history of movies in his latest blog post. From the lack of original stories, to changing technology and streaming services, the movie industry looks a lot different from the 80’s and 90’s.
‘How to Make Your Financial Life Happier in 2022’ – Anne Tergesen – The Wall Street Journal
- It’s been almost 2 years now since the pandemic changed our lives forever. Financial stress has been sky high for a lot of families, but this post looks at how to change that in 2022. Let’s make 2022 the year of financial happiness.
‘Do You Think You Have a Spending Problem? How to Spot One and Fix It’ – Carmen Reinicke – CNBC
- The holiday season is nearly behind us, so now would be a good time to check on your spending habits. Do you have a spending problem? Are you not sure? This article looks at spotting a problem and figuring out how to fix it.
‘The $900 Billion Cash Pile Inflating Startup Valuations’ – Amrith Ramkumar, Eliot Brown – The Wall Street Journal
- “SPACs and venture capitalists are plowing money into startups at record rates, looking past worries about lofty valuations.” This article looks at the state of the startup market, and the massive amount of money impacting those valuations.