In less than 24 hours, both the 2022 Masters tournament and 2022 MLB season get underway! What a tag-team of sporting events for the fans out there. If you’re interested in our predictions for the 2022 Mets, head over to the podcast!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- The yield curve has inverted for the first time since 2019. As many people in the finance industry have pointed out, that *usually* leads to a recession. When? We don’t know, but Ben looks at some of his work the last time this happened and wonders what might happen this time.
- The pause began back in March 2020, and once again it has been extended for a few extra months. Will this be the last time? Nobody knows, but this article looks at the situation we’re in with student loans here in America.
- We have a lot of choices as we get older, even though sometimes it may not feel like it. However, one thing that IS certain, is that we will get older. Tony writes about choosing between that fact being a blessing or a curse.
- Whose responsibility is it to teach kids about money? This article shows that many Americans think it falls on the parents, but many parents simultaneously are NOT teaching their kids about money. This article looks into why and how we can change that.