These Are the Goods


Within a year of its first moving assembly line, Ford was producing more cars than the rest of the industry combined. (By Matthew Ball)

Newsletters are increasingly able to move stocks (By Byrne Hobart)

Your job shouldn’t be centered around punching a time clock and putting in face time if the work is already done (By Ramp Capital)

It’s only a matter of time before we begin adopting the beliefs and language of the tribe we’ve become a part of.  (By Josh Brown)

While a raise early in your career is nice, building the career you truly want is so much better. (By Nick Maggiulli)

Individual investors as a group are now better behaved than they have ever been at any time in history. (By Ben Carlson)


We had a 90% reduction in our workforce ( With Tracy Alloway, Joe Weisenthal, and Kurt Alexander)

The best teacher in life is experience (With Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Sean Hayes, and LeBron James)

It’s hard to predict what connects (With Ryen Russillo and Brad Ingelsby)


It seems that the market, that is to say, the totality of speculators, must believe at a given instant neither in a price rise nor in a price fall, since, for each quoted prices, there are as many buyers as sellers. (By Robin Wigglesworth)