Sending you into the weekend, here are some of the interesting articles the team at Blue Bell has been reading this week. We hope that you find this information useful and informative. Have a great weekend!
A Simple Recipe for the 50-Year Investor
“With a 50-year investment period, the average American’s retirement can be fundeded with $16,500” says Bloomberg’s Nir Kaissar.
Explaining Investing In Ways That Make Sense
“Investing can be intimidating. It’s the intersection of big numbers, emotions, salespeople, and the future. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s not a complicated subject.”
The Distraction of Investment Noise
“Deciding what to focus on — and how much attention or weight to give to these issues and events — is a challenge for traders and investors alike” says Barry Ritholtz.
What Rising Interest Rates Mean for You
See the impact of rising rates on the financial markets and consumer rates.
Institutional Investors Are Delusional
Individual investors aren’t often the only ones who have lofty expectations for their investment performance. Most pension managers, endowments, and other institutional investors may have unrealistic expectations as well.
Have a Great Weekend!
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