These Are the Goods


Zillow is actually losing money on their iBuyer segment. To date, they’ve lost 667 million dollars. (By Coby Lefkowitz)

We already know when we’re out of breath. We don’t always need a device or an app to tell us. (By Phil Pearlman)

We have a relatively sanguine view on the likelihood of inflation becoming ingrained in the system (much as it pains us to agree with the Fed) (By James Montier)

It’s a cloud of existential dread that hangs over an organization whose best days are behind it (By Kevin Roose)

There are so many opportunities for things to go wrong, and thus, they often do (By Kyla Scanlon and Gannon Breslin)

The sands of time shift the way the world of money works (By Blair duQuesnay)

Today’s market is a head-scratcher. (By Ben Carlson)

It’s hard to fully appreciate your parents until you become one. (By Packy McCormick)

Jerome Powell has all the power, and his time on the throne is limited. (By Doomberg)

As you can see, the days of decent returns for low risk are far behind us. (By Nick Maggiulli)

I own shares of a real estate investment trust, which is a type of NFT that owns land and property and is required to pay out 90% of the rental income all that land and property generates. (By Josh Brown)


Subtle loops of self-sabotage (With Barry Ritholtz and Chamath Palihapitiya)

There are more great companies than we thought (With Meb Faber and Sheel Mohnot)

His real name Mr. French? (With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey)

Each new generation has its own everything store (With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Devin Finzer)

I didn’t get the CFA because I don’t care about companies I care about stocks (With me, Josh, Tyrone, and JC)


What the hell would an engineer want to do on Wall Street? (By Robin Wigglesworth)