The (Not So) Trivial Pursuit of Financial Contentment
Here’s some fun trivia for you to share with your friends as we head into the weekend:
Did you know you have to count to 1,000 before you’ll find the letter “a” in a spelled-out number?
We thought you could use that break from the deluge of mid-year news events and stock market commentaries on 2020’s bipolar extremes. The general theme has been how quickly global markets sold off and came back – even as economic and sociopolitical headlines continued to stoke bonfires of ongoing upheaval.
And the year is only half over. > SEE MORE
Waypoint Wealth Management
There Is No Target
With everyone now reporting about how the next major level of the Dow Index is near, I just read a headline that the NEXT target is well beyond the one we may soon pass. It’s as if the selloff in the beginning of this year didn’t even happen (our post from January). Can we all just agree on something really important? There isn’t a target. When it comes to investing well over a lifetime, to provide for a family’s needs and possibly for generations after them, there isn’t any secret ‘level’ or ‘target’ to reach where we are then finished. > SEE MORE
Pete Dixon, CFP®
Partner and Advisor