Wednesday Reading List


Should You Lease or Buy a New Car? – Should you lease or buy a new a car? It depends on how long you like to keep your cars and what your priorities are, but let’s walk through some numbers.


I am so proud of our Heritage Financial team and the recent resources they have added to the website highlighting the needs of female investors and spotlighting our amazing team. Check it out.

3 Things the Finance Industry has Failed to Share Adequately with Women…Until Now by Heritage Financial


In an environment some would consider tailor made for gold, it has struggled.

BlackRock Says Gold ‘Failing’ as Equity Hedge, Faces Risks by Ranjeetha Pakiam


A simple accounting change makes it look much worse than it is, which should ease your inflation fears.

The Fed Isn’t Printing As Much Money As You Think by Morgan Housel


A great question answered.

Why COVID-19 Vaccines Aren’t Yet Available to Everyone by Sue Halpern


The author of Stocks for the Long Run on what he expects the market to do. For more on his book and other good personal finance content, check out Your Personal Finance Curriculum.

Market bull Jeremy Siegel warns the Nasdaq rebound will unravel, favors value stocks by Stephanie Landsman


The other side of the market being in a bubble argument presented by Jeremy Grantham in this previous Wednesday Reading List.

The Boy Who Cried Bubble by Nick Maggiulli


Latest market outlook from Jeffrey Kleintop.

Bull? Bear? How about a “Bunny” market? by Jeffrey Kleintop


Book Recommendation

Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber by Mike Isaac

“Hailed as the definitive book on Uber and Silicon Valley, Super Pumped is an epic story of ambition and deception, obscene wealth, and bad behavior that explores how blistering technological and financial innovation culminated in one of the most catastrophic twelve-month periods in American corporate history.”