On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael & Ben we discuss:
- Elon Musk and the prospects for Tesla actually going private.
- Was “funding secured” one of the best days ever on Twitter?
- Why are stock buybacks now the scapegoat for wealth inequality?
- How could we actually fix wealth inequality?
- Why housing plays such a large role in the wealth of the middle class.
- Could technology make gold obsolete?
- Why it’s so difficult to invest after a market crash.
- Amazon’s clothes are pretty nice.
- Is the CAPE ratio useful as a timing indicator?
- What can help if your asset allocation is a mess?
- The best books to read when developing an investment philosophy.
- Update on taking Tesla private
- The privatization of Tesla: Stray tweet or game-changing news
- The scapegoat
- Are stock buybacks starving the economy?
- Buybacks redux
- Many Americans still feel the sting of lost wealth
- 8 questions I’ve been pondering
- You would have missed 780% gains using the CAPE ratio, and that’s a good thing
- Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN by James Andrew Miller
- Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder
- The Four Pillars by William Bernstein
- The Investor’s Manifesto by William Bernstein
- All About Asset Allocation by Rick Ferri
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