On today’s show we discuss inequality among corporations, differences in the unemployed by education, the best new restaurant in the country just went out of business, why housing prices are rising during the crisis, millennials fleeing big cities, you are not Stanley Druckenmiller and much more.
The Value factor generates its returns almost entirely through multiple expansion
On today’s show we discuss:
-The Fed buying junk bonds
-Why the S&P 500 is not a momentum fund
-Ben’s a Peloton influencer
-How a $70,000 position turned into a $9 million loss, and much more
How hard is it to value a burrito company?
Perhaps the days of investors throwing the baby out with the bath water are gone forever
-Au contraire, tech and giants are not the only thing driving value off a cliff
-The true cost of commodity ETFs
-What we do in life, echoes in eternity
-How credit cards exploit their customers
-What’s Wrong Warren, and much more
The rise and the fall is the business equivalent of the circle of life.
The halt in economic activity is breaking a lot of charts
On this week’s show we discuss:
-Why Buffett didn’t swing
-How the Fed is like the blue pill
-The death of commodities
-Retailers going out of business
One of the iron laws of behavioral finance is that when things are going well, investors always think they could be going better.