These Are the Goods


The hardest part of studying history is that you know how the story ends, often before you begin researching a topic

By Morgan Housel 

The best way to avoid errors in the future is to have made most of the major types of errors in the past.

By Patrick O’Shaughnessy

If you’re interested in something today, there’s nothing stopping you from learning about it tomorrow.

By Stefan Cheplick

As a company grows, everything needs to scale, including the size of your failed experiments

By Jeff Bezos

The financial advice business is experiencing a generational shift

By Blair duQuesnay

The comparison game gets the best of us

By Justin Castelli

Most capitalists don’t know how to divide the economic pie well and most socialists don’t know how to grow it well

By Ray Dalio

This feels like a moment to draw a line in the sand.

By Kyle Korver

You cannot navigate life on your own.

By Dennis Friedman

Investors should put their faith in reality, not rhetoric.

By Jason Zweig


Everybody’s humor is different

With Joe Rogan and Kevin Hart

I was a legend in my own mind

With Ryen Russillo and Trent Dilfer

The NBA awards

With Bill Simmons and Ryen Russillo


What is the cost of knowing our past?…And what is the cost of not?

By Wright Thompson