These Are the Goods


Disruption always looks obvious in hindsight (By Packy McCormick)

Is there any there there in the price of Bitcoin? (By Ben Hunt)

Even during a decade marked by an almost uninterrupted bull market, the average stock wasn’t much good (By Jon Rekenthaler)

The adulation of young people is like oxygen to the aging billionaire businessman for whom the prospect of making “more money” no longer serves as the intoxicant it once did. (By Josh Brown)

A couple weekends ago I visited a car dealership to buy a new car. (By Rusty Guinn)

Institutional assets sitting on the Coinbase platform rose from $45 billion to $122 billion over the first quarter of this year. (By Marc Rubinstein)

Money is elastic (By Cullen Roche)

You can use Robinhood to own index funds or to buy the most volatile companies on margin. The choice is yours. (By Nick Maggiulli)

All of the scam artists, hucksters and charlatans have to be licking their chops right now (By Ben Carlson)


You can build 4 to 5 houses on one futures contracts (With Tracy Alloway, Joe Weisenthal, and Stinson Dean) 

Guys being dudes being guys (With the Ringer)


All science is modeling. In all science, you are abstracting from nature. The question is: is it a useful abstraction? (By Michael Lewis)

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