As we move into the final month of the 2nd quarter of 2019, it’s been a bumpy ride for the markets thus far. After a strong start to the year, we’ve seen a few weeks of selling. Not to say this is unusual, it’s not.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘A Personal Trainer, a Professor, and an Advisor Walk into a Bar’ – Living With Money
- Last week I wrote about a lesson I learned from the book The Last Lecture. Success in a lot of fields can be boiled down to proper expectation setting.
‘One Year Later’ – Blair duQuesnay – The Belle Curve
- A previous guest of the podcast, Blair outlines all the amazing things that happened over her first year working at Ritholtz Wealth Management.
‘You May Never See Your Grandchildren Again’ – Rick Ferri – Forbes
- Rick tells the tale of a dinner seminar he attended, and sheds some light on some of the lies the presenters shared with their guests.
‘Fellow Contrarians Unite!’ – Rusty Guinn – Epsilon Theory
- Everyone loves thinking they’re different from others. Advisors are no different. Guinn writes about how to put your contrarian thoughts in perspective.