After weeks of Brexit, elections and market turmoil, we bring you a suitably lighter Trader Digest this week.
Featuring epic trader journeys, an insight into real estate investment, Glastonbury 2017 and above all - awful cheese puns.
Top 5 Books Every Young Investor Must Read
Over at Investopedia, they have five classic investing books that they claim will give young investors indispensable business and finance insights. See which of the list you've already read here.
A Better Cheddar Benchmark? A Daily Cheese Auction Is Going Electronic
Is this just an excuse for us to (cheese)roll out awful puns? You better Brie-lieve it. The story from WSJ concerns the latest tradition that is coming to an end in a digital era. This time it's Chicago's daily cheese auctions, which helps set the national price of cheese and is finally going electronic after more than a century of old school hollering by cheese traders. Which is Edam shame.
Trader Travel: Vietnam. Part 1 – Hanoi
Forgive us the self-plug here, but Chris Johnston's opening tale of his Trader Travel series on Vietnam is worth ten minutes of your reading time. With another part due this week, you can begin the journey below...
Competition: The Money Formula
Entered our new competition yet? We've one of five copies of The Money Formula to giveaway, details below...
What to Watch
It's often labelled the greatest music festival on the planet, and now thanks to BBC's ever-extensive coverage, those who don't attend are more likely to agree as artists of all styles and variations are featured on iPlayer. This means whether you're into the pleasant pop of Ed Sheeran, the disco grooves of Barry Gibb, the extreme death metal of Napalm Death, or somewhere in between, you'll find something you can enjoy a summer jive to. See the full selection here.
For the Headphones
How to own 100’s of millions of dollars of real estate
Chat With Traders
It's something a little different from the Chat With Traders pod this week, as episode 130 sees Aaron delve into the world of real estate investment with property guru Ben Mallah.