How 💗 and 💰 are connected

Hello Independent Advisor Online (Brad Cable),

This week I couldn’t resist sending out a few fun finance-related articles ahead of Valentine’s Day.

This particular holiday can be tricky, as many people tend to have mixed emotions about their love life at times – and you could say the same goes for how people feel about their financial strategy.

Sometimes the matters closest to our heart are the most difficult to discuss, and that’s all the more reason to address it. The Wall Street Journal article “Love and Money-and How They’re Connected” below gives some great insight on how to break through psychological barriers to understand what’s truly behind your money behavior. I hope it sparks that need-to-have talk with the special someone you’re thinking of.

Enjoy the articles, and as always, I’d love to hear what you think. Let’s keep in touch.ese uncertain times.

Wishing you a happy, safe, and healthy Memorial Day weekend.

Love and Money—and How They’re Connected

Feb. 7, 2022
Our relationships with people are often reflected in our relationship to money. For good and ill.

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Surprising Ways Spouses And Partners See Money Differently

Feb. 7, 2022
With so much love in the air during this valentine-giving season, what could possibly disrupt our…

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Understanding the sunk cost fallacy: A cognitive bias that influences future spending based on past investments

Feb. 4, 2022
When it comes to investments, the sunk cost fallacy can keep you attached to a failing investment…

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Don’t Touch. Don’t Even Look. Invest Like Your Senators Should.

Feb. 7, 2022
Stocks are swinging all over the place. It’s a good time to take your hands off the wheel —…

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Be Careful About Changing Your Investment Plan To Adjust For Inflation

Feb. 7, 2022
If one financial term is the hot topic for 2022, it is “inflation.” Inflation worries are showing up in everything from political news asking how inflation will affect the political…

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