Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web — a day early this week because we'll have strategy updates for Dynamic Asset Allocation and Sector Rotation for you tomorrow.
- Is the market always right? (Compound Advisors). “‘The market’ can be wrong at the worst possible time.”
- Time horizon is everything for investors (A Wealth of Common Sense). “Having a long-term disposition will always give you an edge in the markets because it’s so difficult for others to think and act this way.”
- Is $1 million enough for retirement in America? (Visual Capitalist). Where you’ll live in retirement will have a significant impact on how large a nest egg you’ll need.
- Roth conversion analysis: not breakeven analysis (Oblivious Investor). A deep dive on the math of a Roth conversion.
- Internal vs. external benchmarks (Collaborative Fund). It’s easier said than done, but putting an end to the comparison game would be a very good thing.
- The era of surprises medical bills may be ending (CNBC). Many people find health care to be extremely expensive and confusing. A bit of relief is on its way.
- Investors need an anti-reading list (A Teachable Moment). In a world swimming in information, choosing what not to take in is important.
- Fritz Gilbert: Early retirement made simple (Morningstar). An interesting look at one person’s path to a meaningful retirement (to read rather than listen, click on "transcript").
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