On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael and Ben…
- Kobe Bryant and learning to deal with death
- Why did boomers own so many more homes at a young age than millennials do now?
- Have zero trading commissions led to increased trading?
- Why has the turnover of stocks increased in recent decades?
- Reasons for working longer when you hit retirement age
- How much is your stream of social security payments worth?
- Should social security be thought of as a bond substitute?
- Who do we trust more to invest for the future: the government or private enterprise?
- Which personal finance knowledge really matters?
- Why are REITs the best performing asset class this century?
- Is it now more economical to ditch your car and simply pay for ridesharing?
- Why overpopulation is not something you should worry about
- Why young people are so fed up with capitalism
- Why do analysts still use price targets and buy/sell ratings?
- Lump-sum investing an inheritance and much more.
- Live for today
- Millennials’ share of the housing market is small and shrinking
- Online brokers go from zero to hero
- Lengthening the investment time horizon
- Death of retirement?
- “We don’t feel especially frugal”
- Let it gush or let is bleed
- Asset allocation quilt redux
- Ditch your car: ridesharing is more cost-effective
- The role of sector and country in stock market returns
- The problem of an aging population
- A 22-year-old’s tough questions about capitalism
- Falling Short: The Coming Retirement Crisis and What to Do About It by Charley Ellis
- Fewer, Richer, Greener by Laurence Siegel
- Factfulness by Hans Rosling
- Inferno by Dan Brown
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