People are always enthralled with stories of the man behind the curtain, a force that doesn’t get much recognition, but actually runs the world. I think this is why the… Read more »
With stock buybacks taking heat and even crazy uncle Bernie getting in on the action, I figured the time was right for me to join the chorus of finance professionals… Read more »
10 minute long breakdown of the week’s events in markets and the economy. Stocks are down for Thanksgiving, Trump is sticking his nose where it doesn’t belong, and a special… Read more »
I built an athlete retirement calculator, and here is the breakdown of what the inputs are and how to use it, as well as a few caveats. Let’s start with… Read more »
Everyone has heard the stat that 60% of NBA players and 80% of NFL players are bankrupt 5 years after they leave the league. Most people are incredulous — how… Read more »
Weekly review of markets and the economy. Down week for stocks, decent economic news, and a couple of ridiculous proposals from progressives. My notes on Jay Powell’s press conference.
First episode of a weekly review of markets and the economy. Stocks like mid-term results, economy is cruising, Fed does not raise rates.
Taxes are very daunting the first time you encounter them, and can be confusing even for those who deal with them all the time. This post is meant to clear… Read more »
Ah, compounding. Perhaps the most well known quote about compounding is an apocryphal one attributed to Albert Einstein. “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world.” -[Almost certainly not]… Read more »
Efficient markets. Business schools spend entire semesters trying to teach their undergrads to understand this concept, and they still mostly fail. But I’m going to teach it to you here…. Read more »