Wednesday Reading List

ICYMI: Charts You Need to See – Q3 2021 Market Guide – Taking a look at charts you don’t want to miss this quarter to explain the investment environment, how to position your portfolio, the economy, COVID-19, bond market issues, inflation and more.

Our team with a great post on why to own international stocks.

Here’s What Makes International Stocks Most Attractive Today by Heritage Financial

Some economic and investment sentiment indicators are showing a potential warning about how lofty this bull market in U.S. stocks is becoming. It’s helpful to see, but also easy to overreact to bull market warnings.

Whole Lotta Love: Sentiment’s Potential Warning by Liz Ann Sonders

Worried about a potential bear? Check out Protecting Your Portfolio From a Bear Market.

Ethereum is the second biggest cryptocurrency. This piece looks at what Ethereum is in detail and its potential uses.

The Promise and Peril of Ethereum by Amy Arnott

Fascinating stuff, even if crypto doesn’t seem like a prudent investment to me. For more check out Cryptocurrency trading volume plunges as interest wanes following bitcoin price drop by Tanaya Macheel

Heard of SPACS and wondering what they are? This podcast does a great job breaking it down.

Roth IRA’s are a powerful retirement planning tool. Here’s how to use them and get more money into them.

This is one of the best ways to get tax-free retirement savings by Jeanne Sahadi

A seller’s market is shifting ever so slightly…

Homebuyers are finally catching a break as new listings rise and mortgage rates drop by Diana Olick

Wondering if you should sell? Check out Should You Sell Your Home?

Anyone doing home improvement or construction lately knows the prices were up. Here are the details.

Everything You Need to Know About the Great Lumber Crisis of 2021 by Audrey Carleton

Book Recommendation

VC: An American History by Tom Nicholas

“VC tells the riveting story of how the venture capital industry arose from America’s longstanding identification with entrepreneurship and risk-taking.

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