We’re back with another fresh week of Top Links! Summer is in full swing right now, so hats off to you if you’re still working hard and making things happen. Don’t forget to check out all of the Mullooly Asset content coming this week!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Some things can last a lot longer than people expect. For Ben, it was a much longer than anticipated Fourth of July parade that sparked the inspiration for this post. Similarly to the parade, bull markets can last a long time too.
- As Cullen outlines, it’s pretty much impossible to discuss interest rates without also hearing about how the Fed “manipulates” them. Cullen writes about how they actually do that to an extent, but in a different way than most people think.
- When it comes to the markets, it isn’t the market itself that worries Jonathan – it’s the people investing in the market. He writes about three behavioral finance traps that many investors fall victim to.
- Over the next 25 years, there is an estimated $68 trillion dollars set to be transferred from one generation to the next. This article looks at how those participating in these transfers could lessen the tax impact of it all.