On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael & Ben we discuss:
- Is universal basic income feasible in the US?
- How much would it cost to give everyone aged 18-65 $1,000/month?
- What does the perfect hedge fund look like?
- What do investors expect from their liquid alts & hedge funds anyways?
- Why isn’t the language of money mandatory in schools?
- Should Robinhood customers care their trades aren’t really “free”?
- The ridiculous cost of buying a home in California.
- Is social media or income inequality to blame for the decline in youth sports participation?
- Why are Wall Street firms selling less research to clients?
- How should you think about dollar cost averaging in terms of your income variation?
- Does is ever make sense to pay a high fee for a fund?
- Career advice for a new mom and much more.
- Presidential candidate wants to give everyone $1,000/month
- Universal Basic Income is ahead of its time
- Quants facing a crisis of confidence
- Hedge funds brace for a bloodbath
- 3 basic financial questions that surprisingly stump most Americans
- Why ‘free trading’ on Robinhood isn’t really free
- Million dollar creep
- Income inequality is killing youth sports
- Wall Street analysts selling more data, less analysis
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback, recommendations, or questions.
Follow us on Facebook.