On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael & Ben we discuss:
- The lingering impact from the financial crisis on investor risk appetite.
- How a financial crisis in your formative years can leave lasting scars.
- Every generation has their own ‘Death of Equities.’
- Even the Fed makes decisions based on pasts crises.
- Cliff Asness on how to think about performance struggles.
- Is there mean reversion in liquid alts?
- Are half of all young people deleting the Facebook app?
- Will half of all colleges be bankrupt in 10-15 years?
- How much money will you spend in retirement?
- Fake day trading guys concoct the worst Ponzi Scheme of all-time.
- Why do athletes keep hiring scumbag accountants?
- Can you use Google trends to invest?
- What if Goldman Sachs would’ve purchased iShares in 2009?
- Some follow-up thoughts on the FIRE movement and much more.
- How the financial crisis still affects investors
- A death of equities redux
- Risk-taking across generations
- The man in charge of TARP
- Liquid alt Ragnarok?
- Life insurance is not for saving
- Facebook exodus
- Half of American colleges will go bankrupt in 10-15 years
- Watch what people do, not what they say
- How to think about healthcare costs in retirement
- Fake day trading platform nets fraud charges
- Oxycontin maker gets patent to treat opioid addiction
- Kevin Garnett sues accountant
- How banks lost the battle for power on Wall Street
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