Community Highlight: Doomberg
Even doom and gloom can be enjoyable.
Good morning, investors!
Today’s newsletter is a little different than usual. Instead of digging into financial statements, exploring recent stock trends, and listening to me babble, we’re highlighting another financial newsletter in the Substack sphere: Doomberg.
I’ve been a subscriber for a few months now, and I wholeheartedly recommend their content if your inbox can spare the space.
Before we take a look, one administrative note: if you received a double email last Friday, I apologize — the Substack platform glitched.
I guess we’re special for making the “subset.”
Doomberg highlights the fundamentals missing from many economic and policy decisions. I stumbled across this newsletter in January, and I’ve been an avid reader ever since.
Don’t let the benign-looking cartoon chicken fool you. Much of the information contained within their reports is eye-opening and downright frightful — to the point where you’ll start questioning everything you thought you knew.
Here’s their latest, as well as a couple of editions I particularly enjoyed.
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