Hot Reads: Do Index Funds Have Too Much Voting Power?

Also, why we're not in a housing bubble.

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Do Index Funds Have Too Much Voting Power? (Morningstar)

At long last, indexing’s detractors have a legitimate complaint.

 

It’s Not A Housing Bubble (The Reformed Broker)

It’s a supply bust.

 

FBI Likely Exploited Sloppy Password To Reclaim Stolen Bitcoin (CNBC)
FBI’s breach of a bitcoin wallet held by the cyber criminals who attacked Colonial Pipeline is all about sloppy storage.

 

Senate Passes Sweeping Bill To Help US Compete With China (Bloomberg)
Legislation is aimed at aiding domestic manufacturing and technology.

 

Kevin O’Leary Explains Why Bitcoin Will Beat Stocks Now (Yahoo Finance)

You can’t say “Mr. Wonderful” didn’t warn you.

 

Looking Beyond 60/40, Again (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)

Use momentum and value.

 

A Better Way To Invest In Meme Stocks (Of Dollars & Data)

A look at the most reasonable way to profit off a possible Act III for meme investors.

 

Big Market Players Are Loving ETFs (Advisor Perspectives)

Even as they fear the fallout.

 

Risks & Rewards In Real Estate Investments (Institutional Investor)

Following a tough year, the real estate market yielded a mixed bag, with some sectors showing more promise than others.

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