A few months ago I wasn’t sure if this was going to happen, but the 2020 NFL season starts tonight! Hopefully everything goes smoothly throughout the season, and it will be a nice distraction from the rest of the world for a lot of people.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Why ‘Good Enough’ Can Avoid Catastrophe’ – Mullooly Asset Show
- Diversification is accepting good enough to avoid catastrophe, and in Ep. 209 of the show, I explain why that is good enough for most investors. Piling into one stock or one sector is risky business.
‘What Your Psychology Says About Your Relationship With Money’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
- When it comes to your finances, are you a risk taker or more conservative? In Nick’s latest post, he illustrates how your psychology shapes your financial habits, and how it shaped his over the years.
‘Do the Markets Really Care Who Wins the Election?’ – The Evidence Based Investor
- It feels like every Presidential election is the “most important election in history”. This time is no different, but do the markets actually care who wins this coming election? Have the markets ever cared?
‘You Have Until October 15th to Claim Your $2,400 Stimulus Check’ – Jeff Rose – Forbes
- A few months ago, the federal government sent out $1,200 stimulus checks to a large majority of Americans. If you qualified for a check, and never received it, Jeff outlines how you can claim your check.