These Are the Goods


The most dangerous of all people is the fool who thinks he is brilliant.

By Jason Zweig

The lightspeed rejection we now get from communities that we’d previously not known we weren’t welcome heightens the sense that we need to be all-in or all-out. 

By Myles Udland

A cocktail of self-interest, cooperation, the assembly line, brand, and the processor has yielded more stakeholder value, as measured by GDP, in the last 50 years than in the previous 2,000.

By Scott Galloway

A book you’re not into after 10 minutes of attention has little chance of a happy ending

By Morgan Housel 

$1.29 trillion in mortgages will be made to home buyers in 2020.

By Julian Hebron

Over 20 years, the market has gone up only 4%/year.

By Brooklyn Investor

Mainstream financial advice is built upon sowing doubt around your decision-making

By Nick Maggiulli

There’s more to success than hard work and natural skill

By Tadas Viskanta


What’s the worst movie you thought about putting in your top ten?

With Sean Fennessey, Amanda Dobbins, and Chris Ryan

Style is an asset that compounds for a company

With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Vaughn Tan



The selling is often more essential to the fate of the film than the quality of the film itself.

By William Goldman