These Are the Goods


Saving is passive, prioritizing is active.

By Mike Dariano

The process for producing legal filings runs like an assembly line for making widgets.

By Stacy Cowley and Jessica Silver-Greenberg

Everyone has an itch

By Craig Shapiro

We would wager that few other arguments have the power to turn off the critical thinking elements of our brain like valuation.

By Corey Hoffstein

Career risk is by far one of the largest inefficiencies in the markets people rarely talk about.

By Ben Carlson

A rapid ascent followed by a quick reversal is all too common in alternatives land.

By Russel Kinnel

I work in an industry that has mastered the art of selling useless bullshit.

By Cullen Roche

The whole reason markets work are because these gaps in opinion exist.

By Morgan Housel 

A net worth of $3,582 would put you in the wealthiest half of world citizens in 2017.

By Tony Isola

All of the gains with none of the losses is a fairy tale that fund managers and financial intermediaries have been promising investors since the beginning of time

By Josh Brown

Almost every epic investment blunder in history was the direct result of overconfidence.

By Nick Maggiulli

If there were no costs involved, their average returns of index funds and active funds would be very similar.

By Robin Powell


So you were trading 3X leveraged  ETFs for the love of the game?

With Michael and Ben

A risk with turning an investment product into a metaphor is that the metaphor may bare no resemblance to the investment product.

With Meb Faber and Claude Erb

There’s 25 guys who are the ten best players in the league.

With Bill Simmons and Joe House

The breeze of opportunity.

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Dhani Jones


The owner of the good business wants the business to reinvest and grow because that growth is profitable. The owner of the bad business wants all the earnings paid out because the growth destroys value.

By Toby Carlisle