Animal Spirits Episode 39: The Worst 401(k) Advice

On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael & Ben we discuss:

  • The pie chart heard round the world.
  • Why Michael didn’t create a chart crime.
  • Why concentrated gains are the norm in the stock market.
  • How difficult is it to save $1 million in a 401(k)?
  • The worst advice we’ve seen on 401(k)s.
  • Is AQR the Vanguard of hedge funds?
  • Why has value underperformed growth so severely this cycle?
  • Have tech stocks changed fundamental analysis?
  • What’s the thing most Americans are stressed about today?
  • Why so many millennials regret buying a house.
  • Could businesses benefit from working their employees less?
  • The huge need for elderly care in the years ahead.
  • Can we inherit hindsight bias?
  • Should you sell when your investments hit new all-time highs?
  • What if you had to gift one stock to someone that they have to hold over the next 20-25 years?
  • Our latest movie, book, podcast, and TV recommendations and much more.

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