The 2017 Masters tournament started this morning, and golf fans everywhere are rejoicing! However, some people making bets on the tournament got thrown a last second curveball yesterday. One of the favorites to win the green jacket was Dustin Johnson, and as many of you know now DJ fell down some steps yesterday and injured his back. Talk about bad timing. While he had a great chance to win, many people were forced to adapt to the injury news, and pick a better, healthier option. It kind of reminds me of investing. If one of your investments got seriously “injured”, odds are you’d look to replace it with something stronger. Like I’ve said before: it’s okay to be wrong, it’s not okay to STAY wrong.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘6 Key Facts on HYG On Its 10th Anniversary’ – Cinthia Murphy – ETF.com
‘Indexing May Not Yield All The Diversification Benefits You Think’ – Lawrence Hamtil – Fortune Financial
‘The Pay Day Loan of the Middle Class: Whole Life Insurance’ – Anthony Isola – A Teachable Moment
‘Where Has All The Volatility Gone?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth Of Common Sense
‘6 Best Ways To Use Your Financial Wellness Benefit At Work’ – Cynthia Meyer – Forbes