Well, that didn’t take long. The Mets fired their hitting coach last night. It sounds like it just wasn’t a fit with where the organization wants to go in the future, so they decided to cut ties early in the year. As an advisor, I can’t argue with that logic. With investing, if you have a plan and goals in mind and one part of your portfolio doesn’t align with those goals, it’s time to move on.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Mark Cuban and Peter Mallouk got into a Twitter debate that led to 2 different bets over the next 10 years. Nick outlines the different parameters of the bets and the prospects of each moving forward.
- For the first time in over a year, the RWM office was officially back open. Barry writes about re-opening the office and asks a few questions about how remote working and in-person working moving forward will change corporate culture.
- Plenty of people would say that being wealthy would solve a lot of their problems. While that is true, having wealth introduces a whole new set of decisions to make. This article shares the opinion of Leon Cooperman and some things wealthy people should or shouldn’t do.
- Unfortunately, there are MANY ways to invest your money, and many ways to invest your money successfully. This leaves investors with plenty of important decisions to make. Ben writes about managing those decisions and the individuals making them in his latest post.