Looking back at how we moved toward independence and why we celebrate it on the 4th of July (and not the 2nd)…plus links to a few other US history pieces.
This week’s reading list focuses on travel insurance, maximizing your credit card rewards, Crypto going under, what to do with bonds now, air travel problems, and housing market affordability now.
Learn how to maximize your travel rewards and cash-back through your credit cards.
This week’s reading list looks at today’s housing market for potential buyers and sellers, gives investors some information on how long stocks take to recover from a bear market and whether the Fed will push us into a recession, and warns you away from a dangerous investment product.
It also shares some insurance tips for home renovation, a summer reading list, and thoughts on the new rival golf tour.
We’re now in a bear market. This week’s reading list shares articles on why you don’t have to worry about a potential economic hurricane, the right strategy to adopt now, which stocks do better during periods of inflation, and some signs that real estate is slowing down. It also looks at two areas that were hit harder – tech stocks and crypto – before sharing an article about a prescient book I recommend reading.
If you watch CNBC regularly, or consume any other financial news, you’re going to want to check out this short blog post summarizing candid thoughts from a CNBC anchor on covering the markets.
This week’s reading list focuses on a mid-year outlook for U.S. stocks and the economy and global stocks and the economy, what you can expect from a 60/40 portfolio, ignoring money advice from celebs, increased productivity working at home, irrational actors needing nuclear weapons, latest book recommendation and more.
The first half of the year saw stocks and bonds both decrease, while inflation-sensitive assets performed well. With inflation high, the Fed raising rates, market volatility up, and a war in Ukraine what should individual investors do? Sharing some thoughts on how the market looks now and how you could react to it.
This week’s reading list with articles about bonds we’re recommending, is real estate cooling, which stocks are doing best right now, seniors protecting themselves from cognitive decline, bull market lessons from a legend, the pickleball craze, and a streaming recommendation.
This week’s reading list focuses on the investment outlook today: if bonds are a good investment now, what to do about the market weakness, recap of an excellent market volatility webinar, what Buffett is doing with his money, and problems with crypto.
We then turn to the NBA’s China problem, the history of Memorial Day, and the latest book recommendation.