Yeah, this time it was my fault — in the midst of a long conversation about taking the emotions out of investing and making finance boring, I dropped a line about cat food tacos. So once again I am in the click bait headline machinery.
It looks something like this:
Have a plan.
Execute it faithfully.
Max out tax-deferred accounts.
Be an asset allocator.
Not exactly radical, but “Cat Food Tacos” will generate a lot more clicks than “invest boringly.”
Here’s the video:
Source: Ritholtz: You Can “Eat Cat Food Tacos In Retirement,” Or You Can Do This… (Yahoo Finance)
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