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- Massive V rallies in stocks
- Did the Fed turn millennials into socialists?
- Why real estate prices haven’t done as well as you think?
- Why have U.S. stocks dominated the last century?
- How to run a Ponzi Scheme in a post-2008 world
- Free ETFs
- Social media trauma
- The 80/20 rule in online content
- Why are so many NBA players unhappy?
- How much is enough for retirement
- Should you make early mortgage payments?
- Should you average down in your company stock?
- My favorite new comedy TV show and much more
- The killer vees
- Quantitative easing was the father of millennial socialism
- What’s the return on mortgage prepayments?
- The alternative was worse
- From Time Inc. to a Ponzi Scheme
- The first free ETF
- Shearing the sheep
- The trauma floor in social media
- Lessons from analyzing 912 million blog posts
- Just a little bit more
- NBA players are generally unhappy
- Why you should always reverse into parking spaces
- Enough by Jack Bogle
- Tribe by Sebastian Junger
TV Shows/Movies/Podcasts mentioned:
- Friends From College (Netflix) – One of my favorite comedies in a while and the best part is the episodes are under a half hour each.
- Lars & The Real Girl (Amazon Prime) – A re-watch from 2007 or so. The story is a little out there but Ryan Gosling was great and it’s one of the most unique movies of the past decade or so.
- Jim Gaffigan (Amazon Prime) – Michael was a fan of this one. Gave it 7.2 out of 10.
- The Pete & Sebastian Show – Sebastian Maniscalco details what it’s like sitting in the last row at the Oscars even when you’re the 4th lead in the movie that won Best Picture (Greenbook).
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