To all of my Irish readers out there, happy St. Patrick’s Day! It’s a rainy, gray day here in New Jersey but don’t let that stop you from celebrating. AND the NCAA college basketball tournament starts today. Truly a wonderful weekend for bars across America!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- When markets get volatile, so do our emotions. Michael writes about the highs and lows of choppy markets, how the best and worst days tend to happen close to one another, and how it’s normal to have conflicting views when the market is dropping.
- It’s been widely documented on Top Links how inflation is nearing 40 year highs, and that means prices in numerous industries are rising. This article looks at which industries customers are finally saying “enough” to higher prices.
- Something we’ve been advocating for here at Mullooly Asset, better personal finance education. This article illustrates how more Americans are FINALLY taking personal finance education seriously. However, is it coming at the cost of economics education?
- In most aspects of life, and certainly in the world of investing and financial planning, there are very few sure things. Adam writes about this concept of safety in this post and building in room for error in your plans.