The un-official end of summer is here – Labor Day Weekend. I hope everyone enjoys the long holiday weekend, and we’ll be back on TUESDAY next week with more Top Links for you!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘How Much Money is Enough?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- There are thousands of questions to be answered when it comes to personal finance. This might be the most important one. It also might be the most difficult to answer. Ben takes a stab at it in his latest post.
‘Why ‘Sell in May and Go Away’ Was Money Losing Advice for Investors in 2020′ – Mark Hulbert – MarketWatch
- This old market adage has never been bulletproof advice, but this year in particular it proved to be detrimental to investors. Mark explains why, this year in particular, the adage failed.
‘The Slings and Arrows Facing Advisors’ – Drew Voros – ETF.com
- 2020 has presented its challenges to all industries. In his latest post, Drew outlines some of the changes in the advisor space and how advisors have had to adapt to a new way of doing business.
‘The K-Shaped Recovery’ – Barry Ritholtz – The Big Picture
- In his latest post, Barry recalls a story from the aftermath of the Great Financial Crisis. He likens the “letter-shaped recovery” question to today’s economy and how the economy could be heading in a “K” direction depending on what industry you work in.