Stuff worth sharing from the past week
The Forbes 400 came out. I wasn’t on it. Here’s the complete list, a Massachusetts focused article, and an interesting graphic on the list’s evolution over the last decade.
These are the richest people in Massachusetts for 2020, according to Forbes by Arianna MacNeill
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Here's a look at the #Forbes400, the definitive ranking of the wealthiest Americans, over the past decade. This year, we welcome 18 new members to the ranks, who made their piles in everything from electric trucks to the now-ubiquitous Zoom. Plus there are 9 returnees—former 400 members who fell off and have made a comeback. Check out the 🔗 in bio for the full 2020 list.
Blunt talk on how the election will impact your portfolio.
Repeat After Me, The President Isn’t the Stock Market by Tony Isola
If you thought the S&P 500 index was just an unmanaged index of the country’s biggest companies, think again.
The team at FiveThirtyEight with a good overview of where we are in this recovery.
The Easy Part Of The Economic Recovery Might Be Over by Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux, Neil Paine and Julia Wolfe
More on the economy
Plastic isn’t getting recycled nearly to the level you think it is. Here’s the why and how.
How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled by Laura Sullivan
23% of restaurants haven’t reopened since March and 10% of jobs are in this industry.
You can invest too conservatively in retirement even if you have met your number.
Retirement Planning When You Have Enough by Christine Benz