Back with a fresh week of Top Links and a fresh month as well! Spring is in full force now here in New Jersey, and the “sell in May, go away” market adage is back in the news. Luckily, the internet has us covered! Check out the link below.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sell in May’ – Ryan Detrick – Carson Group
- Market seasonality is an interesting topic, and “sell in May” is about as mainstream a market adage as you’ll hear. So what should we know about it? Well, Ryan has us covered with this post.
‘Are You Spending Too Much Money?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Trying to find the right balance between spending and savings is a difficult thing for a lot of people. Ben walks through the thought process behind figuring out if you’re truly spending too much money.
‘Heading Into Retirement? Here are 4 Key Tips for Mapping Out a Game Plan’ – Lorie Konish – CNBC
- First things first, make sure you HAVE a game plan if you’re heading into retirement. This article helps map out some important things to consider and focus on as you’re closing in on retirement.
‘Series I Bond Rate Falls to 4.3% Amid Cooling Inflation’ – Lorie Konish – CNBC
- Once the belle of the ball, the I bond has certainly cooled off in popularity recently. After a historic jump to 9% just 6 months ago, I bonds now move back to yielding a respectable 4.3%, but certainly less than people were hoping for.