These Are the Goods


Every current event – big or small – has parents, grandparents, great grandparents, siblings, and cousins.

By Morgan Housel 

When you trade for free, you still pay—at a different tollbooth.

By Jason Zweig

The public markets are a lot different than the private markets.

By Fred Wilson

Technology and materials firms sell more outside the U.S.

By Ben Johnson

The spreadsheet is not the business

By Ben Horowitz

We witness immense prosperity, but little progress. 

By Scott Galloway

People are mostly immune to even the best advice

By Phil Pearlman

Millions of Americans have abandoned religion, only to re-create it everywhere they look.

By Derek Thompson

To date more than 204 individuals and families have pledged to donate over $500 Billion

By Blair duQuesnay

Wealth is hard to measure.

By Nick Maggiulli

The problem the US government is trying to address is that most emerging markets indexes are often China funds in disguise

By Perth Tolle

Scrutiny and questions don’t lend themselves to IPO bonanzas

By Josh Brown


People are so fond of saying history repeats. It does not. 

With Tim Ferriss and Ken Burns

I know both versions of them

With Bill Simmons and Chuck Klosterman


We’re a bit too quick to come up with explanations for things we don’t really have an explanation for.

By Malcolm Gladwell