These Are the Goods


Bill Sweet is the man.

By Barry Ritholtz

Growth can always surprise to the upside, and high valuations can always go higher.

By Jesse Livermore

Scale brings a lot more of everything — the good and the bad.

By Brent Beshore

It now has 542,000 employees.

By Nick Wingfield and Nellie Bowles

You’ll never get rich overnight by diversifying but you’ll never lose it all overnight either.

By Ben Carlson

This is one case in which stocks really did reach a permanently high plateau, and it really was different this time

By Eddy Elfenbein

You can learn a lot from these folks — if you listen to them and then do the opposite.

By Jason Zweig

The Bitcoin bubble may ultimately turn out to be a distraction from the true significance of the blockchain

By Steven Johnson

Risk’s greatest fuels are leverage, overconfidence, ego, and impatience.

By Morgan Housel

Follow the money.

By Nick Maggiulli

A pump and dump is the same premise on ink and paper as it is with magic tokens in the technological ether.

By Josh Brown

It’s statistically certain that those who check their investments more frequently have a higher likelihood of seeing negative results.

By Brendan Mullooly

Realize that as a beginner, there is a journey involved

By Jack Schwager


60% of all Drew Brees playoff games have featured 56 points or more scored.

With Robert Mays and Kevin Clark

It’s an unregulated penny stock casino of the twenty-first century.

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Preston Bryne 

Reid Hoffman is the Kevin Bacon of Silicon Valley

With Guy Raz and Reid Hoffman

Do you want to work with numbers or with people?

With Michael and Ben


If I’m killed, you will know who did it. When my enemies read this book, they will know that you know.

By Bill Browder

It is often said hat an enterprise is doomed seldom by a single misfortune, but by an accumulation of small mistakes and timely accidents.

By Stephen R. Bown