Wednesday Reading List


Recession Proof Your Finances – If the 2020 Covid-induced recession left you stressed about your money, take the time to review these strategies to recession proof your finances.

Does Sustainable Investing Hurt Returns? – A ten-year study shows that sustainable investing does not hurt returns, and you don’t have to sacrifice your sustainability goals when investing your portfolio.


Schwab’s Chief Global Investment Strategist shares his 2021 outlook.

2021 Global Outlook: New Cycle, New Leadership by Jeffrey Kleintop


Finding the right advisor.

When It Comes To Your Wealth, How Can You Be Sure? by Kristin Castner, Heritage Financial


Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen is President-Elect Biden’s pick for Treasury, a reassuring step for markets.

Markets cheer Yellen pick for Treasury, seeing her focus on fixing the economy and not politics by Patti Domm


A third strong vaccine candidate arrived this week with some key differences from the previous two.

Why the AstraZeneca-Oxford Covid-19 vaccine is different by Julia Belluz and Umair Irfan


Research piece on separating out value stocks into more attractive slices.

Using “Quality” to Separate Good and Bad Value Stocks by Nicolas Rabener



Few people understand Amazon the way Scott Galloway does. His look at how Amazon can enter healthcare.

SCOTT GALLOWAY: Amazon has everything it needs to revolutionize healthcare. Here’s how Jeff Bezos will do it.


Blockbusters are not being released only in movie theaters anymore. Where the movie business is heading.

It took a pandemic to change the movie business by Peter Kafka


Book Recommendation

Fans of the book or movie, A Time to Kill, will enjoy this sequel.

Sycamore Row: A Jake Brigance Novel by John Grisham