Something Good for the Month

January 2021

interesting links

We were navigating through the web and battling cold and snow to put together our first in 2021 monthly selection of the most interesting articles. You don’t need to go far, just grab a cup of your favourite winter drink and enjoy our compilation for the month of January!


The New York Times | Now It Can Be Told: How Neil Sheehan Got the Pentagon Papers

It was a story he had chosen not to tell — until 2015, when he sat for a four-hour interview, promised that this account would not be published while he was alive.


Jay Woods Substack | The Gamification of Trading

Stock Specific Volatility, Carole Baskin, and GameStop made for one crazy week.


Wral Tech Wire | Why edge computing is a game changer: No more waiting for data processing in a cloud


Latest Memo from Howard Marks | Something of Value


Investment Executive | Uncertain investors holding off on investing, RRSP contributions: poll

Most respondents (70%) said it was hard to know what to do in the current environment.


Visual Capitalist | Top 20 Visualizations of 2020


Investment involves risk, uncertainty and assumptions. The value of investments rise and fall and there is a risk you may not recoup the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
The contents are provided as general in nature and should not be relied upon nor construed to be the rendering of specific tax, legal, accounting or professional investment advice. Readers should consult with their own accountants, lawyers and/or financial advisors for advice on their specific circumstances before taking any action.
The information contained herein is from sources believed to be reliable, but accuracy cannot be guaranteed. No representations or warranty, expressed or implied, is made by Caldwell Investment Management Ltd. or its affiliates.

Want to hear something good?Sign up for updates
Want to hear something good?Sign up for updates