We’re back with another week of Top Links, and Spring in New Jersey is getting into full swing. Trees and flowers are starting to bloom, and I even thought about mowing the lawn this weekend. There’s a lot to be excited about!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘4 Lessons from 35 Years in the Business’ – Mullooly Asset Podcast
- Last month marked 35 years in the business for Tom. First as a broker, and now as an advisor here at Mullooly Asset Management for almost 20 years. Tim and Tom use this episode to walk through 4 evergreen lessons Tom has picked up along his journey in the industry.
‘What Happens After the Stock Market is Up Big?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Ben shares a piece he wrote recently for Fortune, and talks about what happens after the market goes up a lot. Last year, we saw the market plunge 35%, but the subsequent rally was even bigger. What’s next for the market now?
‘Don’t Be Fooled by This Stock Market’s Newest Magic Trick’ – Jason Zweig – The Wall Street Journal
- The calendar turning from March to April just provided a “magic trick” of sorts for some funds and managers when it comes to performance? What happened? Jason breaks it down in his latest post.
‘Leveraging Gifts with Life Insurance’ – Blair duQuesnay – The Belle Curve
- Blair has been critical of permanent life insurance in the past. In this post she writes about how wealthy families can be creative with permanent life insurance to make sure their family is wealthy for years to come.