The Sunday Best is a collection of articles I’ve curated from the furthest reaches of the internet for your reading pleasure.
Every week, I scan hundreds of headlines, read dozens of posts, and bring you the best of the best to save you time and mental energy.
Financial Independence (FI) is a primary focus, but it’s an awfully broad topic. I tend to approach FI and early retirement from a fatFIRE perspective and through the lens of a physician, so I expect to see those biases in the selected articles.
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Jorge Sanchez, MD, curated this week’s articles.
The Sunday Best (01/07/2024)
No one has a crystal ball on what’s going to happen in the markets. But choosing at least one of the following 14 ideas below will put you in a better financial position by this time next year: 14 Financial New Year’s Resolutions for a Better 2024
Should You Buy an Annuity on Its Own Merits? Can I Retire Yet discuss why buying an annuity on its own merits is the reason so many people end up with these products that they later regret: A Closer Look at Annuity Fees and Taxation
Chris Hutchins joins Choose FI to discuss the “spectrum” of FI and all that falls in between. They also share tools and resources to benefit you and your FI journey: The Spectrum of Financial Independence.
2023 was a good year for the stock market. But since bad years in the stock market are typically followed by good years, one can’t help but wonder: What Comes After a Good Year in the Stock Market? A Wealth of Common Sense discusses the probability of seeing good years followed by more good ones.
Math investors explain why most individual investors would do well by following Jack Bogle and Warren Buffet’s: From 2023: Another miserable year for market forecaster.
Cash yields were unusually generous in 2023, with the three-month Treasury bill as high as 5.5%. But Morningstar warns loading up on cash can be too much of a good thing in 2024.
Here are asset allocation adjustments to consider for the new year: Top 6 Portfolio Moves for 2024
Afford Anything discusses the recent surge in Bitcoin prices, the expected SEC approval of a Bitcoin ETF, and other social and economic abnormalities that might impact the flow of money in 2024: What’s in Store for 2024?
In this insightful article, Harvard Business School’s Christensen explores questions that can help you lead a better, more meaningful life: From Harvard Business Review, How Will You Measure Your Life?
Millennial Revolution and celebrate their 10-year anniversary of Financial Independence. In this post, they reflect on the last decade and list the ten things they’d learned after our permanent exit from our 9 to 5s: Reflections From 10 Years of Financial Independence.
January is a perfect time for a review to review my finances and related issues for the coming year. This annual exercise only requires a few steps to reset your finances for 2024 and beyond 5 Steps to Reset Your Finances for 2024!