These Are the Goods


Very few of us are sabotaging our finances on purpose.

By Ben Carlson

What you and every other investor cares about is purchasing power, not price

By Nick Maggiulli

U.S. Franchises directly employed almost 8 million people, represented 10% of non-farm U.S. businesses, and generated $757 billion in output

By Justine and Olivia Moore

The two most important secular drivers are demographics and technology.

By Joachim Fels


We’re never interested in what quarterly earnings are going to be.

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Chris Bloomstran

Continuous partial attention

With Bill Simmons and Kara Swisher

Police officers were rewarded and promoted for their productivity

With Malcolm Gladwell

If you repeat a lie three times it’s a truth

With Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway


If your teeth look like knives and your fingers and toes are hooks, then you’re not eating cabbage

By Steve Brusatte