Note: I'm not asking about Investment Newsletters like the ones that Mark Hulbert tracks in The Hulbert Financial Digest. Those have already been discussed in this forum many, many times. I'm asking about Internet Newsletters, like the ones described in Clive Thompson's Wired article, "The Blissfully Slow World of Internet Newsletters."
Some of my Boglehead-ish favorites:
- The Skimm: an efficient way to stay informed without feeling depressed about the state of the world or the state of journalism.
- Sweat Science: evidence-based journalism, mostly focused on endurance sports and other fitness-related topics.
- Audible Feast: my favorite source for new podcast recommendations.
- Memos from Howard Marks: it's a newsletter related to investing, not an Investment Newsletter. Marks doesn't give advice and he's not selling his own funds, at least not to me (I don't have nearly enough money to qualify).