And just like that, Labor Day weekend has come and again. Kids and teachers are heading back to school, and the summer is drawing to a close. If you’ve taken some time off from monitoring your finances, now would be a good time to make sure you’re on track to finish the year strong.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Everyone would be better off if you put all of your money into the market at the bottom, but that isn’t reality for almost everybody. Ben writes about dollar cost averaging with your money throughout a bear market, and how it helps investors.
- Nvidia is currently one of the most expensive stocks in the entire market, and people have been comparing it to Cisco in the height of the dot com era. Michael breaks down the two companies to see if there really is a comparison to be made.
- Labor statistics are consistently cited when talking about the economy and inflation at large. This article discusses why labor numbers are actually not a good barometer for what’s happening with inflation.
- Even with prices high and rates higher, the housing market continues to chug along. This article looks at things that surprisingly add up for first time home buyers and how you can anticipate those costs.