It’s snowing again here in New Jersey. No snow for about 2 years, and now 3 times in the last 2 weeks! We talk all the time about how market returns are lumpy, well I guess the same can be said for NJ snow storms!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Even when things are going seemingly well in the market, the media always finds something to worry about. In this video, Tom addresses the “worry du jour” of inflation returning to the economy.
- There are a lot of different possible scenarios for student loan forgiveness floating around the media recently. This article takes a look at what the different proposals would mean for those carrying student loan debt.
- There have only been two other times in recent history where the CAPE ratio crossed above 39 – 1929 and 1998. Charlie takes a look at this current market and compares it to these two other time periods.
- Offering behavioral investment advice doesn’t seem very valuable on the surface until it’s needed, and then it might be too late. Ashby discusses the value of working with an advisor if you’re nervous about every market hiccup, and how it can improve your behavior.