These Are the Goods


If I had to write one sentence that is true always and everywhere, it would be this: Smart investors did stupid things again today.

By Jason Zweig

Not seeing the irony that history is the study of surprises and changes while using it as a guide to the future.

By Morgan Housel

How did she manage to convince an enormous amount of cool, successful people that she was something she clearly was not?

By Jessica Pressler

The anomaly that broke the camel’s back.

By Corey Hoffstein

It’s either reps or mileage

By Nick Maggiulli 

Our intuition hasn’t caught yet caught up to the modern increase in life expectancy

By Tadas Viskanta

New highs are a characteristic of uptrends, not downtrends

By J.C. Parets


If you wait until the evidence is perfect and complete, you’ll never act.

By Malcolm Gladwell

An 18 year old has a 1 in 7 chance of being killed before his mid 30s.

With Michael Barbaro and Sabrina Tavernise

All we do is count rings.

With Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose

Did you mix up with Garnett?

With Bill Simmons and Charles Oakley


Now I’m the largest purchaser of lemon juice in the country, Bezos told her.

By Christian Davenport

Bad things tend to happen when we compare our portfolios with others, especially if they possess a lesser IQ and extracted a higher return.

By Me