ICYMI: Understanding Sustainable Investing – Understanding sustainable investing by defining it, sharing why it’s pursued, and looking at different sustainable strategies and how they’re implemented.

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The latest look at the economy by Charles Schwab’s Chief Investment Strategist.

Scar Tissue: Weak Jobs Report Emphasizes COVID’s Scars by Liz Ann Sonders

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A review of how sustainable strategies performed last year. For more on sustainable strategies see Sustainable Investing Thoughts.

Sustainable Equity Funds Outperform Traditional Peers in 2020 by Jon Hale

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Long look by The Atlantic with lots of answers to important questions.

Where Year Two of the Pandemic Will Take Us by Ed Yong

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A calendar year approach to getting your finances organized. See also Recession Proof Your Finances for a more focused list.

Your 2021 Financial To-Do List by Christine Benz

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Some readers were concerned about the market bubble call in last week’s Wednesday Reading List by Jeremy Grantham. I respect Grantham and wanted to share his views, which included positive ideas on how to position your portfolio in areas he likes. This piece below does a great job presenting the bubble counter-argument and providing context.

One of The Great Bubbles of Financial History by Michael Batnick

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Latest post by one of the best.

Two Worlds: So Much Prosperity, So Much Skepticism by Morgan Housel

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Good explanation of a term we hear a lot and what it means for the next few weeks.

The polar vortex is coming—and raising the odds for intense winter weather by Sarah Gibbens

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Book Recommendation

Latest entry into the personal finance book hall of fame. You don’t want to miss this one.

The Psychology of Money: Timeless lessons on wealth, greed, and happiness by Morgan Housel

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