These Are the Goods


Twitter, Snap, Buzzfeed, and Pinterest are acquired.

By Scott Galloway 

Google revenue between 2004 and 2016 has increased from $3.2 billion to $89.5 billion, while print newspaper advertising fell over the same period from $44.4 billion to $12.9 billion

By David Dayen

Why do we worry about money even though we’re doing everything right?

By Alistair Clark

Heuristics have the benefit of saving us time, but also introduce bias.

By Michael Mauboussin

Why is it harder to be certified as a hairdresser than a financial advisor?

By Tony Isola

There are no serious professionals who change their portfolio allocations based on magazine cover indicators.

By Josh Brown

There will always be a large group of credit card users who carry balances that end up subsidizing those who don’t.

By Ben Carlson

What matters for stock behavior are the marginal effects of trades, not simply who has the largest stake

By John Rekenthaler

Own your mistakes; lend your successes. They will come back, with interest.

By Jason Zweig


It’s very easy to imagine jobs that will go away. It’s very hard to imagine new jobs created because by definition they don’t exist yet.

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Chris Dixon

Your happiness will bottom in ten years.

By Michael and Ben


Soon, land that went for less than $10 an acre now went for as much as $900,000.

By Daniel Yergin


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