Friday, August 18, 2017

Short Takes: Begging the Fed, Asset Classes, and more

I managed only one post in the past two weeks:

Create the Retirement You Really Want

Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:

Tom Bradley at Steadyhand has a funny and accurate take on a letter from bondholders trying to avoid losses on poor investments by warning the U.S. Fed not to raise interest rates too fast.

Preet Banerjee comes back from an extended hiatus to explain asset classes in his latest video.

Big Cajun Man found that all of his credit card limits counted against the size of mortgage he could get.

Salman Ahmed at Steadyhand has some suggested questions for the guy who brags he earned a 30% return last year.

Potato says the advisor vs. adviser distinction is a meaningless distraction from finding good financial advice.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the inclusion, what I was really trying to find out was why some banks count your credit card potential debt one way, and others seem to either ignore it, or count it a different way.