Today marks 18 years since Mullooly Asset Management opened its doors. That’s pretty awesome! Here’s to 18 more years and continuing to grow our family firm and helping more clients here at the Jersey Shore!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘You Can’t Take a Financial Mulligan’ – Tim Mullooly – Living With Money
- Whether you’re out on the golf course, or managing your personal finances, sometimes it pays to lay up and keep things under control. While it may seem more fun to try and “drive the green”, you might find better results taking the less risky route.
‘Spending by the Unemployed Led the Recovery’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker
- It might seem counter-intuitive, but those receiving unemployment benefits actually spent more, and was one of the factors that sparked the recovery. Josh shares a chart and some thoughts on this.
‘Generational Wealth Inequality’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- How much do you need to save for retirement? Ben looks at the complexity of this question, and takes a look at different generations over the years. So far, the Millennials seems to be getting the short end of the stick.
‘Baseball Will Start its Weirdest Season Ever. Will it Finish?’ – Jared Diamond – The Wall Street Journal
- With MLB set to start its 2020 season on Thursday night, Jared takes a look at the many complications that come along with this 60 game season. From player safety, to testing, to rule changes, it will be one roller coaster of a season.