I hope you’re doing well and having a great week.

Please see this week’s articles, chart, and quote below, along with an article I wrote about my lesson from investing in gold.

3 Articles

One Year Since the COVID Crash: How Far We’ve Come

YCharts did a great visual summary of the past year, showing the impact of COVID-19 on the market and our lives.

Preview of Joe Biden’s “American Families Plan” Tax Reform
Mitchell Baldridge, Twitter

More details are coming out about the American Families Plan tax reform. The proposed changes will impact individuals (capital gains and ordinary income tax rates), corporations, estate, gift tax, and international taxes.

The Growth-Value Cycle
Ben Carlson, A Wealth of Common Sense

For the past decade, growth-oriented stocks, such as technology companies, provided great returns. In the first quarter of 2021, value-oriented stocks, their counterpart, outperformed. This article describes the cyclical nature of these two investing styles.

1 Chart

Biden’s $4 Trillion Economic Plan in one chart:

    1 Quote

    “Being afraid to lose money will keep you from making it.”

    – Anonymous

      Written by Will This Week

      My Lesson From Being A Gold Bug
      Around 2010 I was sure gold was a great investment. While that didn’t pan out, the experience was valuable as I learned an important investing lesson.


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