ETFyourself.com: Sunday Edition 11/19/23
A weekly summary of impactful content, from us and others
Welcome to the Sunday Edition! I pour through so much content each week to educate myself, stay on top of key trends, and come up with writing ideas. So once a week, we post a set of links to my articles and media outside of ETFyourself.com, and highlight views from other sources that we think our investor community will be interested in. Here we go!
Rob Isbitts on etf.com
I write multiple articles each week for this great site. This week I covered topics related to:
You can see my full history of articles for etf.com on my author page here.
Quick takes from elsewhere
I was Rena Sherbill's guest on this Seeking Alpha podcast. It was more about analyzing ETFs and charting them than about the headline "cannabis" theme. But much more important is Rena's introduction. It is worth a few minutes to hear it, and it has nothing to do with investing.
This is just so good. LinkedIn giant Eddie Donmez consolidates all the major Wall Street 2024 outlooks into a single post. NOTE: I find these outlooks are always good food for thought. BUT, remember that they come from firms who are selling investment products and trading. So they tend to be eternally bullish. Read and decide for yourself what is useful info to you.
Best podcasts I listened to this week
Adam Taggart is one of the hardest-working interviewers in the podcast biz. He recently left Wealthion to start his own gig, and this interview with David Rosenberg is a must-listen for those who want a straightforward look at the economy. There's a visual/YouTube channel version as well.
The On The Tape podcast is a go-to for me. First half of this episode is great. And if anyone knows these guys, I need to connect with them. They say what I'm thinking and writing, nearly all the time.
This is a link to the homepage for Chuck Jaffe's daily Money Life podcast. He's a veteran writer, radio and pod host, and a terrific one at that. Pour through recent episodes, he's a machine - about 20 guests a week. Great stuff!