Elliott has lost money in only two of its forty-one years of existence
Corrections and bear markets in emerging markets have outnumbered those in the U.S. by a factor of more than 2-to-1
Earnings during the past 1 year and 2 years have risen faster than the S&P index itself
Just because you have never experienced something doesn’t mean it will never happen
Writing is about more than words
The race to the bottom has concluded
Common knowledge is rarer than you think
That fund—around $550 million raised in 2011—has multiplied investors’ money roughly 25 times
How will the indexers themselves behave during the next crash?
How many people truly know that money isn’t some great panacea for emotional pain?
The ability to invest in strategies that no normal investor can reasonably deploy
In 2016, the tax deduction for charitable contributions cost the federal government at least fifty billion dollars.
Everything that could have gone wrong went wrong
Access to what the moment is asking for
The data advantage is narrowing
Return on flexibility
One of the top five days in fin twit history
He was snorting Vicodin and drinking Jack Daniels before the show
My code is always, um, perfect. So I knew it had to be something else.
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