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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Looking back at a timely Forbes magazine cover from March 2009, Josh takes a look at some of the billionaires on the cover and how they’ve held up over time. Drawdowns are hard to withstand, but having the right temperament can get you a long way.
- Over the last 40 years, there has been a one way trend with interest rates: down. However, Charlie takes a look at the current environment bond investors find themselves in, and what some of their options may be.
- Starting December 1st, all refinances backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will have an added 0.5% fee attached to them. This article outlines how that fee might be passed on to individuals, and how to potentially work around it.
- Over the last few months, plenty of businesses have been shut down, or are still currently working their way out of shutdown mode. Michael takes a look at the counterintuitive stat regarding companies with weak balance sheets, and how well they’ve performed.