An exciting week for sports fans is about to get underway. The NFL free agency window is about to open, NCAA March Madness is back after a year off last year, golf tournaments are picking up moving closer to The Masters, and MLB spring training is in full swing! After a spring last year with virtually no sports, this is a most welcome return to normalcy.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Recession: The Only Way Out is Through’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast
- In Ep. 347 of the podcast, we discussed how portfolios shouldn’t be constructed to side step recessions, they should be constructed to get through them. It’s important to understand the difference.
‘Is Value Investing Really Back?’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor
- There has been a lot of chatter about the return of value stocks over the last few months. Michael illustrates that while value stocks have performed well, they haven’t necessarily outperformed other areas.
‘Confused About Marginal vs. Effective Tax Rates? Here’s How They Differ’ – Andrew Osterland – CNBC
- With the tax filing deadline one month away (April 15th), this is a great time to educate yourself on a few different tax terms. This article looks at the difference between marginal tax rates and effective tax rates.
‘Twelve Truths’ – Adam M. Grossman – Humble Dollar
- There are plenty of truths when it comes to personal finance. In this article, Adam outlines twelve helpful truths that he finds himself most frequently saying to himself or others.