I hope you’re doing well and having a great week!

Last week I was on a road trip around the Mountain West and was unable to send The 3-1-1. I visited Portland, Seattle, Missoula, Jackson Hole, Park City, and Lake Tahoe. Some of these areas were completely new to me, and after a travel-free 2020 it reminded how much I miss the travel experience.

And now, back to our regularly scheduled content. Please see this week’s personal finance articles, chart, and quote below.

3 Articles

Should You Buy at an All-Time High
Nick Maggiulli, Of Dollars and Data

A data-backed article detailing why all-time highs in the stock market are, surprisingly, a bullish indicator.

Rent Prices Are Soaring As Americans Flock Back to Cities
Heather Long, The Washington Post

Nationwide rent prices are up 7.5% so far this year, three times higher than normal.

The 10 Best Personal Finance Podcasts to Listen to in 2021
Mike Winters, lifehacker

1 Chart

For the parents out there, you might be interested to know which sport offers the best chance of a college scholarship:

    Source: Understanding The Harsh Reality Of Athletic Scholarships, Tony Isola, A Teachable Moment

      1 Quote

      “The root of all evil isn’t money; rather, it’s not having enough money.”

      – Gene Simmons


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