It’s Cyber Monday (can you say contrived promotional event) and I have already been to O’Hare to drop my daughter off. Amazing how crowded it was even at 5 AM.
Great football games over the holiday weekend, but none better than the Packers beating the Patriots yesterday in what was deemed a Super Bowl preview. Feels good now but the next week is another game.
Here are a few financial articles I suggest for some good Post-Thanksgiving financial reading:
Jim Blankenship offers some Year-End Charitable Giving Tips at Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row.
Mike Piper answers a reader question Which Accounts Should I Spend From Each Year In Retirement? at Oblivious Investor.
Christine Benz provides an example of A Conservative Retirement Saver Portfolio for ETF Investors at Morningstar.com.
Larry Light shared a piece from financial advisor and blogger Jeff Rose Make Your Money Last In Retirement (Pt. 2) at Forbes.
Ben Steverman writes Hedge Funds Lose Money for Everyone, Not Just the Rich at Bloomberg.
John Wasik shares Five Ways to Protect Yourself on Cyber Monday at Forbes.
For now the Packers reign supreme but the Falcons visit Lambeau for next week’s Monday Night game and they will pose a tough challenge. Enjoy Cyber Monday and the rest of the week.