As an investment advisor, I should know not to jump to conclusions based on small sample sizes and short term performance. When it comes to the market, I DO know that.
However, I would like to take this time to apologize to Mets pitcher Jason Vargas. At the beginning of the season, he was admittedly not great and I was a BIG critic. Since then, once the Mets left him alone and let him do his thing every five days, he’s been the Mets most consistent pitcher.
Even in baseball, sometimes you need to let your “investments” take their lumps before they pay off.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- A follow up to his amazing post from last week, Casey writes about how it’s more important to acknowledge everyone has their own struggles than to judge which struggles are more/less important.
- In today’s society, binge-watching has become the new norm. Just like a weekly cliffhanger is too much for people, the financial cliffhangers are a burden of their own. Financial planning is a way to lessen the burden.
- Perth joins Josh to talk about her new ETF that targets emerging markets that promote freedom of their citizens.
- In this week’s podcast, I talked with Tyrone Jackson about his program that helps individuals identify their market goals and invest accordingly.