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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- As humans, we tend to be creatures of habit. Over the last decade plus, the term “buy the dip” has become increasingly popular with investors. But why? Charlie takes a look at why in his latest post.
- When looking at a prospect in baseball, a five-tool player is the ideal fit. Someone who is well rounded and excels at every aspect of the game. Phil writes about finding the five tools necessary to being a great investment allocator in his latest post.
- The Fed came out on Wednesday and confirmed that they will be keeping interest rates near zero for a while. While this isn’t groundbreaking news, it’s still important to break down what this means for individuals in the near term.
- Stocks only go up, right? Well, if it’s during the month of September, there’s a better chance of that not being true. Michael writes about the historically less than great numbers the market has returned during September.