The thing we always say about financial plans, and retirement plans, is that these plans are never set in stone. When circumstances change, we need to change with it. 2020 has brought on a lot of change for a lot of people.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘4 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid in 2020’ – Mullooly Asset Blog
- If 2020 has turned your retirement plans upside down, there are a few mistakes that you want to avoid. In this post, we outlined those mistakes and how to approach the rest of the year 2020.
‘Why Do Poor People Stay Poor?’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
- Plenty of folks think that poor people are poor because they’re just lazy and don’t work hard. While that may be the case for SOME, Nick writes about how there are plenty of other factors playing into why poor people stay poor.
‘How Dare You Sir!’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker
- In the stock market, you have to pay up for companies with higher growth prospects. It’s the same in sports and real estate, but for some reason in the stock market, some investors won’t do it. Josh writes about the mindset behind growth and value.
‘How’s the Coronavirus Economy? Great or Awful, Depending on Whom You Ask’ – Ben Eisen – The Wall Street Journal
- As this article points out, some people seem to be financially thriving during this pandemic economy. Others are worrying about getting evicted and having money for bills. This post walks through how we got to this point.