We’re heading into the last couple days of March here, and spring seems to be settling in. The weather (at least here in NJ) is slowly warming up, and baseball starts on Thursday! For me as a Mets fan, I’m more optimistic than usual right now, but we’ll see how long that lasts.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- It’s been one full year since the bottom of the “Corona Crash” last March. Tim and Brendan discuss how that could’ve been a generational buying opportunity for investors. They also discuss how difficult it is to successfully pick stocks, and have the numbers to back it up!
- It used to be that certain investments were held and offered to the best investors. That’s not entirely the case anymore. Michael writes about how in today’s market, everyone is an investor.
- We are in crunch time for tax filing season for your 2020 tax returns. Despite the fact that the IRS has extended the deadline, we are still only weeks away. This post outlines the requirements for filing as Head of Household.
- While Adam admits that it is hard to generalize parenting techniques, he writes about common themes he’s seen in raising motivated, productive children. It’s a delicate threading of the needle process, but these themes can help.