Today is my 30th birthday! My only birthday wish is for you all to read these wonderful links below and have a great day! Oh and for the Mets to win tonight, but that’s my wish every night.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘6 Questions About the Market and the Economy’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- If we’re being honest, there are WAY more than 6 questions that people have about the market and the economy right now. However, Ben does a great job of narrowing things down to six really important questions. Check it out.
‘How to Pay Down Your Credit Card Debt as Interest Rates Jump’ – Jessica Dickler – CNBC
- Inflation is making the cost of living rise for many Americans, and the Fed raising interest rates makes credit card debt hurt even more. This article addresses 3 ways to still pay down debt in this environment.
‘Five Not-Quite-Impossible Things the Market Believes’ – James Mackintosh – The Wall Street Journal
- Not everything in the market needs to make sense, and some people are questioning the recent rally in stocks and bonds. This article addresses a few things that investors seem to be betting on recently.
‘What Experts Say to Do Before, During, and After Filing for Bankruptcy’ – Andrew Osterland – CNBC
- As Michael Scott learned in The Office, declaring bankruptcy is a little more in depth than you might think. This article looks at what you should be doing throughout the entire process of filing for bankruptcy.