These Are the Goods


Envy is one of the most pervasive problems in today’s world (By Lawrence Yeo)

While we do not believe AI is in a full-fledged bubble quite yet, historical patterns suggest this as a probable outcome. (By Kai Wu)

Work and “traditional” jobs aren’t prisons you should seek to escape (By Jack Raines)

Every single time—every single time I have sent an email in anger, I have regretted it. (By Jared Dillian)

A subtle problem with money is that assets are easy to measure but liabilities can be hidden. (By Morgan Housel)

Manhattan’s office-vacancy rate is around 22 percent, the highest recorded since market tracking began in 1984. (By Andrew Rice)

Money makes the world go round (By Barry Ritholtz)

35% of workers would take a pay cut in exchange for a shorter commute. (By Ben Carlson)


If you don’t tell your story, someone else will. (With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Josh Kushner)

You should probably have more safe assets than you think you should (With Jeffrey Ptak, Christine Benz, and William Bernstein)

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