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- How much do mutual fund flows really matter for the markets?
- Passive bubbles don’t make sense
- Haven’t small cap stocks always been underfollowed?
- Harder to predict: interest rates or the stock market?
- Financial literacy differences between men and women
- The Peloton IPO
- Who is the loser if Peloton is successful?
- What do “normal” interest rates look like?
- Why the Fed is not our savior
- Why good enough targetdate funds succeed
- Is the behavior gap overstated?
- A new measure of market volatility
- Why uncertainty is always high
- Will Smith and Jay Z get into the life insurance biz
- Subscriptions for everything (even a Porsche)
- Childcare costs more than most colleges
- What’s the worst that could happen to bonds?
- What’s the best Disney song ever and much more
- The Big Short’s Michael Burry sees a bubble in passive investing
- Re-Kindled: The Big Short
- Adequate diversification
- How ETFs swallowed the stock market
- Women’s other economic gap: financial acumen
- The funds that make you buy low and sell high
- Mind the gap?
- Peloton’s IPO shows the company serves the wealthy
- Only the Fed can save us
- What causes stock market swings
- How Amazon’s shipping empire is challenging UPS and FedEx
- A life insurance start-up backed by Will Smith and Jay Z
- Porsche subscriptions
- Rent-to-own down payments
- When childcare costs more than a mortgage
- The curse of the Honeycrisp apple
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