Wednesday Reading List
Understand Your Messenger’s Agenda – Understanding your messenger’s agenda and filtering the information you consume accordingly is an essential skill for your financial independence journey.
Real Assets Are Making Money This Year – Some real assets strategies are making money this year, while stocks and bonds are still in negative territory. We discuss learning how to invest in real assets with a Chief Investment Officer focused on this space.
How Does Having a Baby Affect You Financially?
Our latest HER Heritage post shares how to prepare financially for this exciting time in your life.
Investors Are Shunning Vanguard’s Best Funds
The shop that created the index fund craze is finding that its active funds are outperforming its passive ones and investors don’t care.
Warren Buffett, Michael Burry, and other elite investors just revealed their Q2 stock portfolios. Here are 7 key trades they made.
Here are the key trades that seven elite investors made last quarter.
Having a Long-Term Care Plan Is Crucial. Here Are 2 Hybrid Policy Types to Consider.
The odds of needing long-term care in the future are high, so is the cost of the insurance.
Fade: Market Hits Resistance as Breadth Waned
Liz Ann Sonders looks at the summer stock market rally that is fading this week. After a strong rally that was healthier in breadth terms than the bear market rallies that preceded it, stocks bumped up against meaningful resistance last week amid overbought technical conditions.
How Do Retirees Actually Spend Their Money?
Planning for retirement? Learn from articles like this about how retirees are actually spending their money.
A Man for All Markets: From Las Vegas to Wall Street, How I Beat the Dealer and the Market by Ed Thorp
The incredible true story of the card-counting mathematics professor who taught the world how to beat the dealer and, as the first of the great quantitative investors, ushered in a revolution on Wall Street.