These Are the Goods


Nothing is as desired as much as the thing you want but can’t have. (By Morgan Housel)

The Beatles were amazing. They were lucky, too. (By Bob Seawright)+

Shareholders owning Silicon Valley Bank stock at a premium to tangible book value had no idea the bank was sitting on 31 open supervisory findings when it failed, around triple the number observed at peer firms. (By Marc Rubinstein, paid)

Buying near all-time highs feels like a bad decision because you know you aren’t necessarily getting a bargain. (By Nick Maggiulli)

The only part of the country that looks relatively affordable is the Midwest (By Ben Carlson)


Why don’t you tell people what’s going to be on the Rweatchables? (With Bill Simmons and Larry David)

The short volatility trade is coming back in huge size (With Joe, Tracy, and Kris Sidial)

The thing that bothers me most about that movie is that it portrays retail investors as dumb money (With Alex Kantrowitz and Vlad Tenev)

The most reflexive asset class I’ve ever seen (With Eric Golden and David Kalk)

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