Newsletter Issues

  • Charities Network (charities.network)

    The publication for UK Charity Leaders. You can receive the latest issues by email, but to catchup on some of the earlier issues you can view them here or we publish the articles on our blog.

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  • ESG = Emperor Sans Garments(?) (www.piggyback.one)

    The consensus ESG investing movement provokes an inverse “Anti-ESG” reaction. Human progress through capitalism is a series of messy tradeoffs. Wise investors look inward for “fairness” and virtues.

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  • How I Trello (trello.substack.com)

    Trello Ideas, Tips, Best Practices, and More Productivity Fun. Click to read How I Trello, by Brittany Joiner, a Substack publication with hundreds of readers.

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  • An Original PiggyBack Investor (www.piggyback.one)

    Robert Heilbrunn went from client and student to investment research associate of Benjamin Graham. In time, Heilbrunn found his edge in piggybacking on other, selected value investors. (PBL #5 2022)

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  • Investing Newsletters (www.piggyback.one)

    PiggyBack’s Newsletter Recommendations. Most cover investing niches. Many cover more or less related aspects of the world that we find interesting. All offer unique views and voices. (Recommendations)

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  • Fintech Blueprint 🤖🏦🧭 (lex.substack.com)

    The Fintech Blueprint helps you find and build the next Fintech & DeFi unicorn with unbiased and expert insights on financial innovation. Join 37,000+ venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and executives by signing up below. 

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  • Working Mums Club (workingmumsclub.substack.com)

    A community for mums who want to explore the creator economy for an alternate source of income. 

    Click to read Working Mums Club, by Abha Malpani-Naismith, a Substack publication with hundreds of readers.

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  • Shades of Value (www.piggyback.one)

    An intro to fundamental equity metrics and definitions commonly used in value investing. How well is the accounting grounded in reality? And when are we valuing and not just pricing? (Background)

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