At the White Coat Investor conference earlier this month, I got to spend a fair bit of time chatting with Jonathan Clements (one of my personal-finance-writer heroes). He recently summarized a few of the things we discussed in an article for his blog:
- Oblivious Investor from Jonathan Clements
Other Recommended Reading
- Beware of Robo-Advisors (regarding Wealthfront’s recent change) from Felix Salmon
- The Best Path to Wealth is Offense-Defense-Offense from Jim Dahle
- Financially Comfortable and Pivot from Harry Sit
- The New Mortgage Math Under the Tax Law (WSJ paywall) from Allan Roth
- Buffett Recommends Investing in Index Funds, But Many of His Employees Don’t Have That Option from Allan Sloan
- Getting Sick Can Be Really Expensive, Even for the Insured from Margot Sanger-Katz
Thanks for reading!
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