These Are the Goods


Simpler theories are better (By Bob Seawright)

There’s a disconnect that sits at the heart of banking: the people with the highest demand for loans aren’t the ones banks want to lend to. (By Marc Rubinstein)

Americans now die earlier than their European counterparts, no matter what age you’re looking at (By Derek Thompson)

The cheat code for studying new technologies is that they tend to follow old patterns. (By Packy McCormick)

This creation/redemption process is the central nugget of almost everything golden in ETFs. (By Dave Nadig)

Failures can be more instructive than successes because there is less of an element of random luck involved (By Barry Ritholtz)

I have to remember to never forget. (By Nick Maggiulli)


If this thing isn’t dead yet, it’s not gonna die (With Meb Faber and Leigh Drogen)

Markets move faster than people (With Fintech Frank and Anatoly Yakovenko)

Most investors have never seen exponential growth (With Cathie Wood)

The outcome does not matter (With Cardiff Garcia and Maria Konnikova)

Podcasting is bootstrapping the world’s knowledge (With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Daniel Ek)

It’s a gigantic target market (With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Axie Infinity)