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Quality business-focused fundamentals in a quick read format. Aspiring investor Mr. Olsson's new newsletter is promising. The initial coverage mixes Nordic and U.S. stocks, with Swedish serial acquirers as a particular interest.
Pseudonymous early retiree Mr. Beachman shares and reflects on his practical, long-term investing. No-nonsense, common-sense personal finance, with unpolished successes and mistakes to learn from.
Stock market earnings games put the investing public at a clear disadvantage. Management and IR spin stock storytelling with nonsense "headline" adjustments. Accountants sign off aggressive GAAP management. PBN's analysis helps investors see the underlying earnings quality.
To the point, frank rationality on the fast-developing world of self-published creator content. Mr. Spencer brings indie publishing experience and the grit of a true ‘category pirate’ (running 10+ niche letters).
For the non-technologist Quantum Computing may not yet look like a high probability, near-term 'no-brainer'. But the impact of successful commercialization could push boundaries for humankind within our lifetime. To stay ahead, follow Mr. Spencer's clear and critical coverage.
Machine Learning and AI look like one of those rare cases where the impact of new technological applications runs far beyond the imagination of mainstream hype. Mr. Spencer guides both business-oriented technologists and the rest of us with clear, critical coverage.
The not boring macro strategist. Mr. Peccatiello provides a clear language translation of macro mechanics in play in big, global asset markets. Professionals get current market sentiment readings and shorter-term tactical trading calls.
News from around the value investing world and learning inspiration that goes far beyond. The free edition uses the most time-efficient format possible: a link list. With sparse, thoughtful context added by the publication's curator, Mr. Koster.
Insights into the world of corporate distress. PETITION digs out the documents, connects the dots, and translates the boilerplate. Leading up to, during, and out of restructurings and bankruptcies.