These Are the Goods


The danger of such a signal was that we had discovered it by accident

By Corey Hoffstein

One component of return swamped all others in predicting returns: whether the total supply of shares was contracting or expanding.

By Jason Zweig

Paying too much attention costs more than just your time

By Daniel Egan

If you don’t know what you are, how can you possibly know how you ought to conduct yourself in the markets?

By Josh Brown

It seduces you with the idea of something more, but, ultimately, provides nothing of substance.

By Nick Maggiulli


Everybody is looking at you the way you’re looking at them

With Conan O’Brien and Howard Stern

Once you get meaning aligned, the numbers work themselves out

With Tim Ferriss and Ramit Sethi

There’s a big difference between what people should do and what they can do

With David Perrell and Jason Zweig

Do we deserve to use your attention

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Priya Parker


Fifty-seven wine experts couldn’t even tell they were drinking the same wine

By Ramit Sethi