Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web — a couple of days early this week because we'll have Dynamic Asset Allocation and Sector Rotation updates for you on Friday.
This is not looking like a replay of 1982 (The Market). Why a former Fed vice chairman sees a recession ahead, but a mild one.
What kind of a landing are we going to get in the economy? (A Wealth of Common Sense). Three possibilities.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who knew that stocks would fall? (Wall Street Journal). It’s okay to have an opinion, but it’s far better to have a plan.
How worried should new retirees be about market losses and high inflation? (Morningstar). A bear market action plan for the newly retired. See also, This is Not a Test — Retiring In Or Near a Bear Market.
Same old same old (Humble Dollar). It’s been a strange year in the markets, and in many ways the same as ever.
Do you need umbrella insurance? (Modera) What it covers and why you probably do need it.
Help yourself (Humble Dollar). If we paid more attention to our future self, we might do a few things differently.
Talking with aging parents about health and wealth (Advisor Perspectives). It’s a touchy topic but an important one to discuss.
The new rules of aging well involve small but mighty daily decisions (MarketWatch). If you’re going to invest for the future, why not be around for as much of that future as possible?
We’d love to hear your responses to any of the above. To weigh in, just meet us in the comments section.