Wednesday Reading List

Stuff worth sharing from the past week

ICYMI: Ulysses S. Grant – The forgotten greatness of a real American hero who more than anyone except Lincoln kept the country together


“We are now witnessing an extreme confluence of various technical factors that are set to drive a significant upswing in traditional value stocks”

Value Stocks Are Coming Back as Momentum Shares Lose Their Mojo by Evie Liu


“Long-time bull Edward Yardeni believes the historic May jobs surge is a game changer for Wall Street. According to Yardeni, it debunks the notion there’s a disconnect between the significant market rally off the March 23 low and the coronavirus-battered economy.”

Jobs report shocker is evidence economy is playing catch-up to a ‘ray of sunshine’ market, Wall Street bull Ed Yardeni suggests by Stephanie Landsman


The coronavirus has impacted our sleep schedule. Here’s an informative article to help.

3 Steps To Retake Control Of Your Sleep Schedule by Wes Moss


I could not agree with this piece more. “What’s important to understand is that the simplest and most effective way to invest for your future is to automate your purchases. If I’ve learned nothing else about investing, it’s that consistently making the right decision during difficult times is an impossible burden to bear.”

Automate Automate Automate by Michael Batnick


Vaccines have saved millions of lives, but history shows missteps can prove deadly by Jonathan Saltzman


I’ve always wondered why Americans are not more upset about honors for traitors and struggled to articulate why. Retired U.S. Army general and former CIA director David Petraeus nails it in this piece.

Rename the Rebel Forts by David Petraeus


Book Recommendation

A timely book by one of the great writers of our era. “Something is very wrong, Gladwell argues, with the tools and strategies we use to make sense of people we don’t know. And because we don’t know how to talk to strangers, we are inviting conflict and misunderstanding in ways that have a profound effect on our lives and our world.”

Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know by Malcolm Gladwell


Updated reviews for my book, Beyond the Basics – available here!

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