These Are the Goods


A lack of meaningful consequences can lead to a consequential lack of meaning (By Tom Morgan)

It seems to me that markets expect everything that happens to be short and binary. (By Allison Schrager)

You can tell a lot about someone by how they spend their time. (By Jared Dillian)

In what’s clearly looking like peak insanity in retrospect, there were 149 funding rounds in which startups raised $100 million or more in the fourth quarter of 2021. (By Eric Newcomer🔒)

For long-term shareholders, this period has been instructive in terms of what it truly means to own a business. (By Alex Morris 🔒)

The simplified story of Netflix’s founding starts with Reed Hastings grumbling over a $40 late charge from Blockbuster. (By Ben Thompson🔒)

Visa doesn’t move money – that’s the job of the banks – it moves information (By Marc Rubinstein🔒)

The 13 best Wall Street movies (By Nick Maggiulli)

Most decisions in life are about trade-offs. (By Ben Carlson)

Things are good right now but the future is growing more uncertain by the day. (By Josh Brown)


Egg futures were delisted in the 70s (With Tracy Alloway, Joe Weisenthal, and Glenn Hickman)


Small biotech companies with experimental therapies essentially have two ways to try to fund their dreams (By Nathan Vardi)