Today’s Top Links – A Market Less Miserable

By E L Emerson

The simplest way to make yourself smarter when it comes to money and investing is to read about it every day. Here’s today’s top links for you…

HNW – The Secrets of Investing

[Alan Steel, Points of Few]

HNW – Who’s afraid of rising interest rates…?

[Scott Grannis, The Calafia Beach Pundit]

HNW – 11 leadership styles that will hurt your business

[Visual Capitalist]

HNW What’s your “scary thing…?”

[Carl Richards, The Behavior Gap]

HNW – When your final destination is “wealth”

[Ben Carlson, A Wealth of Common Sense]

HNW A less miserable market measure

[Dr Ed Yardeni]

HNW The moving averages of investing

[Josh Brown, The Reformed Broker]

HNW Then & Now: Consumer technology’s move from intrusive to invisible…

[Walt Mossberg, ReCode]

HNW The changing face of how people are paying for things…

[Barry Ritholtz, The Big Picture] 

Chart of the Day – Why the Stock Market is the Best Long-Term Investment Option


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The investor’s “wheel of emerging market risk”

“For most investors, targeting foreign countries where there are high expectations for growth is a useful strategy. After all, in the United States, Canada, and Europe, economies are mostly growing at about 2% or less per year. And while these developed markets are less risky to invest in, finding value can be tricky. That’s why for many decades, investors have been allured by the fast growth of far-off economies. In the 1950s and 1960s, Japan’s economy regularly expanded at a 10%+ clip, and who can forget the “Four Asian Tigers” that followed in Japan’s footsteps? In the 2000s, the focus shifted to the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) – and more recently, attention has been on countries like Indonesia, Nigeria, Colombia, and Turkey.” Go to Visual Capitalist…


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