On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael & Ben we discuss:
- Are household allocations to stocks too high?
- Is Robinhood positioning to be the bank of the future for Millennials?
- Collective investment trusts are way bigger than we thought.
- How to plan your personal finances with inconsistent income.
- The kind of money that can increase your happiness.
- A new ETF that promises a 7% annual payout.
- What Cliff Asness doesn’t know.
- Why value is more volatile than momentum.
- The problems with CAPE.
- How to make better forecasts.
- Placebo effects and mean reversion.
- The biggest investor worries of the moment.
- Why 1990s tech bubble comparisons don’t hold water.
- How likely is it that you’ll be rich?
- Why Ponzi schemes will always exist.
- Are personalized index funds the next big fund trend?
- Young investors using leverage and much more.
- Robinhood in talks with regulators to offer bank products
- Collective investment trusts: the invisible giant
- Why inconsistent incomes need consistent planning
- Balancing the benefit and burden of wealth
- New ETF aims to provide a steady annual 7% distribution
- It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you in trouble
- Trust the process
- CAPE of good hope
- Wall Street looks to superforecasting to predict financial future
- Hunting for alpha
- Powerless placebos
- Top investor worries
- How likely is it you’ll ever be rich?
- $102 million Ponzi scheme
- The time for personalized index funds may be near
- Mental toughness
- Rocket Men: The Daring Odessey of Apollo 8 and the Astronauts Who Made Man’s First Journey to the Moon
- The Little Book That Beats the Market
- The Scarlet Women of Wall Street
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