Interesting stuff on the web is what I have read through out the week. I read a lot of articles and there is always a few that I feel is worth you reading. Often I have a different opinion than the articles I post on Interesting Stuff On The Web but they are all well written pieces. Here are the links. Enjoy !!
High fees and trailer commissions are going away, kicking and screaming/My Own Advisor “That’s not great news for financial firms in general. They want my money and some of them would LOVE to charge me high fees to own their products. No thank you. But what about you? Read on.”
Protect Your Early Retirement From Sequence of Returns Risk/Our Next Life “So it looks like we might finally be getting that market correction we’ve all been expecting for a while. Or maybe we just saw a few random days of market flukiness. Or maybe it’s the start of the next recession. Or maybe it’s nothing. Or maybe the world is ending. Probably not, though. But maybe…”
18 Best Places to Travel in 2018/Conde Nast Traveler “There’s a phrase we like to use at Traveler to describe certain destinations: “It’s having a moment.” It comes up a lot—that near-impossible-to-pin-down, can’t-put-our-thumb-on-it logic as to why you should visit somewhere, now. We feel an urgent need to get to Antarctica; to visit the Azores before the crowds do; to discover a part of former Czechoslovakia the world has overlooked. Travel can be a meaningful way to be an ambassador. So do your part: These 18 editor-endorsed destinations are the best places to travel this year.”
Joined at the hip: The Macroeconomy and the Stock Mark/Early Retirement Now “This is a topic I wanted to cover for quite a while and I think this is the perfect time for it: I got a few posts lined up already dealing with the intersection of macroeconomics and (personal) finance. Of course, I can already hear one objection:”
Don’t wait for retirement to enjoy life !!