Investing Blog Roundup: Be Careful Out There

Hopefully by now, everybody is familiar with basic online safety measures (e.g., even if you have a Bank of America account, don’t click the link in the email from Bank of America — instead directly visit the website and navigate to what you need).

But the tools and techniques used by scammers keep improving, as we can see in the articles below:

Calendar Meeting Links Used to Spread Mac Malware from Brian Krebs
Finance Worker Pays Out $25 Million After Video Call with Deepfaked CFO from Heather Chen and Kathleen Magramo
A Real-Life Pump and Dump Scam Experience from Jim Dahle

Other Recommended Reading

A Proposed Salesperson’s Exemption To The DoL’s Retirement Security Rule? from Michael Kitces
Index Funds Have Officially Won from John Rekenthaler
IRS Renews Focus on Targeting High-Income Nonfilers from Martha Waggoner
What’s Driving the Stock Market Returns? from Ben Carlson
$1 Billion Donation Will Provide Free Tuition at a Bronx Medical School from Joseph Goldstein
Purity Finance from Katie Gatti Tassin
Why People Mistakenly Think the US Economy Is Terrible from Jim Dahle
The Real Reason for the Housing Unaffordability Crisis from Jim Dahle

Thanks for reading!

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