Well, if you thought that the volatility from January was going to end in February, guess again! Technology stocks and the market as a whole continues to fluctuate, up and down, as we make our way into the second month of the year. (and that’s OKAY)
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘What is Sustainable?’ – Blair duQuesnay – The Belle Curve
- As humans, our lives and economic well-being tend to revolve around “more”. We constantly need more of everything. But is that sustainable? Blair discusses sustainability, both on a large scale and an investment-specific scale.
‘Don’t Make These Individual Retirement Account Deduction Mistakes’ – Kate Dore – CNBC
- Despite what a lot of folks might think, the window to make contributions to your IRA for 2021 is still open. This article discusses those deadlines and the factors impacting deductibility of those contributions.
‘Decentralization’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker
- Josh tells the tale of how the most notorious Ponzi schemes of all-time started out with good intentions. Things snowball, and go down in flames. We’re some of that happening in the crypto space recently, and Josh gives his takeaways.
‘While Valentine’s Day is Getting More Expensive, Going into Debt Isn’t Sexy’ – Jessica Dickler – CNBC
- While the holiday of love is coming right around the corner, one thing your significant other WON’T love is debt. This article looks at overspending in a time when prices are rising, and even shows a report saying Americans prefer a partner who is financially smart.