For someone who loves sports, this has definitely been a really strange period of time without them. I was supposed to be frustrated with the Mets on-field play by now, and not frustrated by the fact that they aren’t playing!
There was a great article in The Wall Street Journal today about when sports might be able to come back.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Personal Finance During a Crisis’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Many Americans would LOVE for their biggest financial problem to be which sectors of the market to be targeting with their investments. Ben writes about crucial personal finance topics to help keep yourself afloat during this crisis.
‘Three Things I Think I Think – (Mo Ron)a’ – Cullen Roche – Pragmatic Capitalism
- In Cullen’s latest edition of “Three Things I Think I Think” he talks about what’s going on with the stock market in the midst of all this economic data, the misinformation being spread about the Fed, and some justifiable criticism of the Fed.
‘What is the Average Net Worth By Age and Education Level?’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
- It’s easy to compare your net worth and financial situation to your neighbors, or to other peers, but is it apples to apples? Nick takes a look at the proper way to compare wealth when taking age and education into account.
‘When Bonds and ETFs Trade Under Pressure’ – Barry Ritholtz & Dave Nadig – The Compound
- Barry talks with ETF expert Dave Nadig about what’s been going on in the ETF world recently. They discuss what happened to the fixed income ETFs over the last few weeks, and more!