If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out the Mullooly Asset Show! Episode 201 dropped yesterday, and you can find all of the episodes on YouTube.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- The CARES Act has made it possible for folks in 2020 to take money from their retirement plans without paying the usual 10% early withdrawal penalty. But just because you CAN doesn’t automatically mean you SHOULD. We talk about the pros and cons in Ep. 201 of the show.
- For as volatile as the market has been in 2020, big technology stocks have been thriving this year. They have been thriving for a while, but Barry writes about how those waiting for another “dot com bubble” scenario may end up being disappointed.
- Sometimes the best way to learn is by doing. In his latest post, Marc assesses his investment performance, but not in the traditional sense. He takes a look at some of the mistakes he’s made along the way, and how he’s learned from them.
- Whether you’r evaluating planes from World War II or funds in your investment portfolio, it’s important not to just focus on the survivors. Alex writes about survivorship bias and how it played a role in armoring planes back in WWII, and how it can impact your investments.