The week in between Christmas and New Year’s tends to be a pretty quite week for a lot of people, the stock market included. So there really is no better time to catch up on some reading with a few great links this morning!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘What’s Going to Happen Next Year in the Stock Market?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Everybody knows you can’t predict the future, but where’s the fun in that? A reader asked Ben his thoughts on what the market may do next year and he used this post to outline his answer.
‘Consensus’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor
- You would think that consensus is a GOOD thing when it comes to the market and your finances. But one thing I’ve learned with the market is that we can have the answers to the test, and still not get things right. Michael talks about the consensus regarding a recession for the US economy.
‘Take Your Losses…While You Still Can’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
- A timely reminder from Nick about tax loss harvesting. It’s no secret it’s been a difficult year for stocks. You still have a few days left in 2022 to “harvest” some of those losses for tax purposes and position your investments better moving forward.
‘Tim Mullooly is the King of Content’ – The Bronx Attorney Broadcast
- A flattering headline without question, though there are more deserving out there for title of “king”. Nonetheless, I was on the Bronx Attorney Broadcast podcast this week talking about the content we create at Mullooly Asset Management and how it helps keep our clients happy!