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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Taking lessons from a French philosopher, Tony urges retirement investors to stop cooperating with the ways of the predatory financial advisors. Turning away from old practices made to confuse investors is one way to take back control of your retirement.
- As Cameron points out, only 32% of Americans have a will, living trust, or other estate planning documents. She lists out plenty of good reasons why everyone needs these estate planning documents.
- Sometimes we need to be tricked into doing what is good for us. Ben writes about how folks in the 18th century attacked scurvy in that manner, and how employers can trick employees into saving more for retirement the same way.
- If you told someone in late March that markets would be in positive territory for the year by September, they’d say you were crazy. This article looks at what happened in the markets to see such a quick rebound in stocks.