Journal Club 03-17-23 – Passive Income MD

Here’s Journal Club 03-17-23! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!

  • By now, most of you’ve probably heard about the Secure Act 2.0. This recently passed bill has significant changes to saving for retirement, along with a host of other things that come into effect over the next several years. Interested to learn more about the bill and how the new changes affect you? The White Coat Investor covers all about it in the post – Introduction to Secure Act 2.0. Check it out!
  • If past performances are an indicator, for most investors, their financial journeys are rarely linear or exponential. The Loonie Doctor has a similar perspective and offers helpful strategies for keeping your financial goals and objectives on track during market downturns in the article – My Net Worth Dropped. My Financial Goals Were Met.
  • If you’re interested in investing in rental properties, it’s essential to thoroughly understand and assess the expenses and associated risks to better safeguard your investments. So, if you have questions around managing property vacancies or preventing major repair work from breaking your bank… Coach Carson has the answers to those questions, and more in the post – Rental property cash reserves: How much is enough?
  • As investors, you’ve surely heard about two of the most important rules of investing by Warren Buffet. It may sound simple at first, but you come to realize its importance and profundity with time and experience. Curious to find out what these two rules are? The Wealthy Doc talks more about it in the article – Never Lose Money.

Read any interesting articles? We’d love it if you could please take a moment to share them in the comments below!

Thank you for reading and sharing,


Disclaimer: The topics presented in this article are provided as general information and for educational purposes. It is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking action, consult with your team of professionals.