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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Sometimes the market just needs an answer, one way or another. It doesn’t matter what it is, but the uncertainty surrounding some events is what makes markets crazy. Michael shows a great example of this in his latest post.
- Using a really great example of a trick from magician Gustav Kuhn, Ben illustrates how humans are programmed to try and predict the future before it happens based on past behaviors. This obviously ties in perfectly with investing, and Ben brings it all home in his latest post.
- Over the last few decades, the idea of a traditional career and/or traditional retirement has changed quite a bit. This article looks at the mindset of young people who are choosing to live NOW and make money LATER.
- Gen Z investors seem to be flocking to Roth IRAs to save money. This article explains why Roth IRAs are such a valuable saving tool for young folks and how you can take advantage of these accounts at a young age.