These Are the Goods


We all have it now

By Nick Maggiulli

Investing is a difficult game, to begin with, but it becomes doubly so, when it becomes personal

By Aswath Damodaran

Since this is an extraordinary claim, it requires extraordinary evidence

By Barry Ritholtz

Two camps of ardent supporters and dissenters quickly banded together

By Jamie Catherwood

Cheap (expensive) stocks tend to be followed by above-average (below-average) forward returns, regardless of where bond yields are

By Charlie Bilello

College planning is more than just a savings strategy.

By Blair duQuesnay

What’s lost in all the complication is that this is no place for long-term investors.

By Nir Kaissar

Patience has turned to stubbornness. And now you are the proud owner of a bad idea.

By Morgan Housel

The broad usefulness of breadth indicators is when they diverge from price

By Andrew Thrasher

We tend to see the troublemaker as something outside ourselves

By Tony Isola


It’s very hard to take fifteen to twenty percent off the top and beat the market.

With Barry Ritholtz and Leon Cooperman

Pure experience

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Boyd Vardy

He was both determined and right

With Cliff Asness and jack Bogle

It’s never gonna be the case that you’ve cured bad behavior.

With Jeremy Schwartz and Morgan Housel

If you asked somebody what the long-term average CAPE ratio was in 1993, they would have said what’s the CAPE ratio?

With Me and Ben

There’s very little upside to Twitter, there can be catastrophic downside.

With James Andrew Miller

I don’t think this show will last three months

With James Andrew Miller, Mike Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser 

You want to pay the least amount of income tax as possible.

With Justin Castelli and Bill Sweet


A life is made up of a great number of small incidents and a small number of great ones.

By Roald Dahl

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