Our weekend reading this week takes a break from all the political conflict and economic uncertainty. This week we focus on how much fun fall is. Chili cook-offs, hay rides, apple pie, baseball playoffs and football!
This weekend we take a look at labor and the history of hard work in America. Enjoy.
This weekend we take a look at Saudi Arabia’s first dollar bonds, the impact of cheap oil, Russia, the Fed again and whether investment indexing is actually really bad for us.
This weekend we see Paul Tudor Jones, one of the greatest traders ever, suggesting taking more risk. Meanwhile, Credit Suisse Group Vice Chairman Neal Soss addresses a “super-trend” on our list. We end with the kids showing us what sports really should be.
With the Presidential election largely focusing on globalism and the economy, this weekend we’re taking a deeper dive into those topics. While foriegn policy and law enforcement are still the Presidents top jobs, the economy is on everybody’s mind as they strive for better lives.
Each Friday we will put together a short list of some of the important articles we have come across in the past week. Whether you are an investor or financial advisor, you should find value in these articles. This week we have more economic reports; Bank of England, Bitcoin, educating our kids and the Olympics.
Each Friday we will put together a short list of some of the important articles we have come across in the past week. Whether you are an investor or financial advisor, you should find value in these articles. This week we have “helicopter money” in Japan, slower U.S. GDP, global trade, Presidential politics, economics and more.