First Top Links of February, and we’re back in action at the office after the first real snow day here in New Jersey in a few years. Hopefully everyone is either cozy on the couch at home enjoying another snow day, or safe at work getting back to it!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Do You Know Your Tax Bracket?’ – Mullooly Asset Blog
- It’s tax time yet again! 2020 was a different year for a lot of folks. If you’re income last year looked a little different than year’s past, you may want to take a look at the tax brackets for this coming year.
‘Have the GameStop Gains Stopped?’ – Phil Huber – BPs and Pieces
- The last week was truly remarkable in the stock market. With a few eye-popping charts, Phil illustrates the craziness of what happened in GameStop and wonders if the mania is finally over.
‘How the Stock Market Works’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- People have been outraged and discouraged by the stock market and the GameStop saga over the last week, so Ben used this post to highlight a chapter from one of his previous books. It talks about how the stock market works, and it’s a good reminder today.
‘Bored, Lonely, and Confused: Why It’s OK to Feel Lousy While Investing’ – Jeff Ptak – Morningstar
- We talk all the time about the difference between trading and investing. In this post, Jeff writes about why actual investing isn’t high octane, thrilling fun. In fact, if you’re doing it properly, it’s the exact opposite.