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February Newsletter


Your book recommendation this month is Never Split the Difference, by Chris Voss. Voss is a former FBI hostage negotiator. He shares his experiences through stories that are as instructive as they are entertaining.


Second, you might have heard GameStop referenced at some point in the past month. If you were curious as to why this Blockbuster-esque company suddenly garnered so much attention, you'll find this article informative and interesting. https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2021-01-25/the-game-never-stops


That's all this month. If you need more stuff, you can see past newsletters at my blog, here: https://www.pihlfinancialplanning.com/blog. I try to seek out and share content that will stay relevant over time, so my hope is that this becomes a library for you to revisit when you need a good recommendation.


Thanks,

Nicholas Pihl, CFP®

Pihl Financial Planning

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