Tim’s Top Links – 11/4/16

by | Nov 4, 2016 | News

One piece of advice heading into the final weekend before the 2016 Presidential Election.  At this point, pretty much everybody should have made up their mind on which way they will be voting for President.  However, there are number of other VERY IMPORTANT elections happening that same day.  In your own states there are plenty of lower level elections happening.  My advice would be to take the weekend to research the different candidates OTHER than the Presidential ballot.  Regardless of party, each candidate has different views.  No one party has ALL of the right answers.  It’s important to be educated on who you vote for, and “because they’re a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, etc.” is not a good enough reason.

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘Some Things That Haven’t Been Around Very Long’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth Of Common Sense 

‘The “I” Word’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker

‘Six Questions for Josh Brown’ – Collaborative Team – Collaborative Fund

‘Frequently Asked Questions on the DOL Fiduciary Rules’ – Danny Sarch – Investment News

‘Big Oil CEO’s Pledge $1 Billion to Fund Low-Carbon Technology’ – Sarah Kent – The Wall Street Journal



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