Things in the market have turned a corner (at least in the short-term) with most indices up almost 10% in the last six weeks. There’s never a big announcement saying “THIS IS THE BOTTOM” when it happens, and we aren’t out of the woods yet, but the middle of June could be the low for 2022.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- The economy right now is far from perfect. There are plenty of data points that can confirm that statement. However, are some of the biggest “weaknesses” in the economy actually strengths? Ben breaks down the Michael Scott economy in his latest post.
- Looking at recent survey results, people in retirement could be worried about the wrong risks to a successful retirement. While the market certainly has its own risks, a big factor that retirees overlook seems to be longevity.
- There are a lot of important decisions to be made when you retire. Claiming Social Security and timing it correctly is one of them. But what happens to your Social Security if you decide to unretire? This article breaks it down.
- Tom lays out what investors should be focusing on in a market like we’ve seen here in 2022. Tom discusses how we need to invest THROUGH these markets. And he even gets into some ways investors can potentially capitalize on the mistakes of impatient investors.