A new episode of the Mullooly Asset Podcast drops this afternoon! Be sure to head over and check out last week’s episode beforehand, and while you’re at it – listen to the other 332 episodes available! Just some light weekend listening for you.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Most firms will be publishing their price targets and forecasts for 2021 this month. Barry writes about how that’s a counter-productive practice for investors and shares his outlook.
- It’s really easy to underestimate how good/bad things can be in the short-term, and it’s easy to go all-in on optimism or pessimism. Morgan defines the term “reasonable optimist” and why it’s probably the more sensible position to have.
- The newly released book ‘How I Invest My Money’ has prompted many other financial industry folks to share how THEY invest. In this post, Ben takes a deeper dive into how he invests his own money.
- The pandemic caused a lot of companies to stop making 401(k) retirement contributions for their employees. This article outlines how that is starting to be reversed with promise of a COVID-19 vaccine(s) on the horizon.