These Are the Goods


Research has shown that female investors are more likely than men to focus on a family’s financial goals over their own absolute investment performance

By Blair duQuesnay

Consider saving to be a bill you have to pay. Your spending is the negotiable part.

By Daniel Egan

If you had a plan in place, stick to it; if you don’t, build one, and then stick to it

By Patrick O’Shaughnessy

Confirmation bias is the most dangerous cognitive bias in the world and nothing will convince me otherwise

By Nick Maggiulli

There are things you can’t speed up no matter what

By Douglas Boneparth

There is an asymmetry between buying and selling

By Barry Ritholtz

There doesn’t appear to be a noticeable difference in the speed of market cycles

By Ben Carlson

There is a lot of nuance here

By Phil Huber

Same thesis.  Same strategy.  Slightly different specification.  Dramatically different outcomes.

By Corey Hoffstein

Most investors see the same data. Some are just less sensitive to new information than others.

By Morgan Housel

Jack always wanted what was best for the customer, even if it came from a competitor; he didn’t care

By Jon Stein


Adjusting to the physical nature of the game

With Vince Carter Kent Bazemore and Dirk Nowitzki

The moment you’re offended you’re automatically right.

With Scott Galloway and Jonathan Haidt

Quantifying the strength of a brand.

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy

No one knows how to conduct themselves under that type of pressure

With Joe Rogan and Mike Tyson


He made 600 percent on his money in a matter of days.

By Tom Wright and Bradley Hope