Journal Club 5-20-22
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Here's Journal Club 5-20-22! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- It’s not uncommon for investors to get carried away and invest in all kinds of deals that look tempting on the surface but can add unnecessary risks to the portfolio. So, how can one go about cautiously investing in deals that help you accomplish your financial objectives? The White Coat Investor breaks it down in the article – The Four-Quadrant Model of Real Estate Investing. Check it out.
- Do you know someone who’s financially well off but continues to stress about money or struggles to spend it? If so, the author of Canucksmoney encourages you to overcome that fear for a simple reason. Interested to learn more? Check out the article – Happy Spending.
- For those on the fence about whether or not to get disability and life insurance, the Carpe Diem MD has a valuable lesson to share with us. The author shares an important realization for creating a rewarding life in a touching personal story – The Fall.
- Hitting your financial independence goal can be a sweet feeling. However, can you imagine achieving financial freedom during a global pandemic? Needless to say, it must feel incredibly isolating. The author B.C. Krygowski experienced something similar and shares how she overcame that feeling in the article – FIRE is Boring: Redefining what Retirement Means.
That's all for this week! I hope this week's journal club was helpful.
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