Did you miss last week’s episode of the Mullooly Asset Podcast? Don’t worry, we’ve got it for you right here! We discussed the state of the US economy, and how it could resemble a time period like the 1980’s and 1960’s here in 2021.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- To combat claims of low inflation, the argument of housing prices is usually brought up. However, if you take certain factors into account, housing prices are not as high as you might think. Ben breaks down his case in his latest post.
- With almost an infinite amount of information available regarding markets and the economy, it’s easy for people to overthink things and get confused. In this case, Michael lays out why now isn’t the time for people to get cute with it.
- For some things, it’s an easy equation. Double the size, double the output. However, not EVERYTHING works that way. Morgan shares a few examples of instances where it didn’t work out, and why that is usually the case in investing.
- A longer post, this one provides an update on early retirement living over the last few years. The FIRE movement became popular over the last few years and this gives a glimpse inside the reality.