If you work in finance, you understand the importance of keeping up with trends, news, and other factors affecting the financial sector. These include tech, manufacturing, cryptocurrencies and others. Since you are busy with work and other responsibilities, it can be difficult to stay updated about the developments.
That’s where financial newsletters come in. They can provide you with the latest and greatest news and insight in any industry, whether you are a financial analyst, stock trader or investment banker. Let’s check out some of the best.
1. Axios Pro Rata
Dan Primack discusses venture capital market trends, SPACs, public offerings and private equity investing news in this newsletter. As an Axios Pro Rata subscriber, you’ll get the most up-to-date information on companies undergoing Series A funding, which liquidity events are most likely to attract the largest investors—and past performance analysis of the S&P 500.
Plus, you’ll enjoy listening to insightful interviews with subject-matter experts about the opportunities and challenges in the M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) market. Finally, you can also learn what antitrust rules are doing to protect the aerospace industry from becoming a monopoly, among other things.
P.S. You can also subscribe to other Axios newsletters including Closer, Macro and Markets.
2. Money Material
Matt Levine has been around the block in finance, law and journalism, and his Money Stuff newsletter for Bloomberg is one of the most widely respected sources of information on Wall Street, banking and crypto. One edition of the newsletter includes an interview with Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of (now-bankrupt) crypto exchange FTX, and Elon Musk on his bravery, as told by the CEO of Netflix.
In addition, you’ll find the latest news on Florida’s plans to strip BlackRock’s management of its billions of dollars in assets and how much of Russia’s assets are with Swiss authorities. If you subscribe to the newsletter, you will receive a daily summary of the most important events in the financial markets.
The Hustle is a newsletter featuring the top daily tech and finance stories. It was founded by Sam Parr in 2016 and is now owned by HubSpot. The 5-Minute newsletter includes stories and insights from multiple industries, and its content primarily caters to finance and technology professionals.
Newspaper stories are easy to understand because their writers write conversationally, so you can understand the major headlines and points behind each story. For each weekday, you’ll receive a summary of important market trends and news, while you can kick off the rest of the week by diving into case studies from the newsletter.
P.S. You can also check out some of the top technical skills needed to thrive in the finance industry.
4. Profit from the Pros by Jacks
Zacks Vice President Kevin Mataras writes this daily newsletter covering the stock market, capital gains, investment analysis and advice. It also provides readers and professionals with detailed stock research analysis, macroeconomic trends and their impact on the markets.
The Zacks newsletter also includes a “Bull of the Day” and “Bear of the Day” sections, which list a stock experiencing a bullish or bearish trend, respectively. Of course, the forecast depends on factors such as the company’s growth rate and current stock valuation. In addition, you can download the Zacks app, one of the best apps for finance news, to receive the newsletter from Zacks.com.
5. Minority Mindset
Jaspreet Singh, a finance professional and YouTuber, compiles The Minority Mindset newsletter. It is similar to Morning Brew and Robinhood Snacks in that it provides readers with a high-level view of business and financial news, delivered in just the right amount of informality.
The newsletter focuses on entrepreneurship and business finance, helping you build a better financial future. It also includes a “Mind Break” section that compiles inspiring entrepreneurial stories and business trivia to help you connect the dots and relax. Of course, it’s free, and you’ll get a copy delivered to your mailbox every weekday.
6. The Daily Upside
Isobel Hamilton, Griffin Kelly and Brian Boyle write the Daily Upside newsletter, with copies delivered to users daily. The newsletter focuses on the finer points of global economic policy and the impact of specific actors and industries on economic growth and development.
One edition may contain a detailed analysis of inflation in the Eurozone. Another will focus on how consumers can improve their 401(k) balance sheets and what the US-Mexico trade dispute over genetically modified corn will do for the corn industry. This is a great resource for finding small-sized financial news and information.