Our latest picks for the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
- Shiller says U.S. stocks could go a lot higher before they fall (Bloomberg). Why the famed economist thinks the bull market has a bit farther to run.
- Why you may be your own worst enemy as an investor (NY Times). Interview with Oaktree Capital co-founder Howard Marks, author of the recently released book, Mastering the Market Cycle.
- Retirement contribution limits will rise in 2019 (CNN). Good news for retirement investors who max out their contributions.
- Market correction: What does it mean? (Schwab). Reasons not to be overly concerned about recent market volatility.
- Why are so many retired people miserable? (MarketWatch). A peak behind the curtain at some of the tougher realities of retirement.
And from the blogosphere…
- Not learning from investing history can be hazardous to your wealth (Behavioral Value Investor). An informative look at the narratives of past investment eras.
- Where risk lies in a balanced portfolio (A Wealth of Common Sense). Why bonds “still earn their keep.”
- How do you actually create a steady retirement paycheck from a volatile retirement portfolio? (Kitces). A deep dive exploration of one of the most important questions for retirees.
- A spending finish line guards against empty consumerism (The Rich Fool). An encouraging, challenging look at one of the most radically counter-cultural ideas for managing money.
- Humble exits (Collaborative Fund). “Embracing humility in the face of success” — it’s a lesson with wide application, and certainly applies to investing.
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