As we move into August 2020, I saw a funny tweet that sums up my feelings about how this year has gone.
So far in 2020 we’ve had: January, February, March, March, March, March, Hot March, and Hot March 2.
Pretty much sums it up.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- There are plenty of ways to be successful with your investments. However, there are a few that usually don’t work. Adam walks through five different approaches to investing that most people should avoid.
- In Ep. 318 of the podcast, I spoke with Tom about the 2nd quarter 2020 GDP numbers that were released last week. Despite the fact that this number was expected, it’s still important to put everything into the correct context.
- There are a ton of variables when it comes to how things will play out with your investments over time. Roger boils it down to having the right asset allocation. Different people, in different life stages, will need different allocations.
- There rarely seems to be a middle ground when it comes to retail investors. Michael takes a look at why demographics matter when it comes to where you fall on the “sadness to euphoria” sliding scale of sentiment.