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- The insane run in Tesla’s stock price
- Understanding base rates when thinking about the future
- Bill Miller and Ray Dalio
- Why sports gambling is the new stock-picking
- Why there can’t be a Barstool for finance
- Should we care that Zero Hedge got banned from Twitter?
- Do we need recessions for the system to work?
- Why facts don’t change people’s minds
- Re-thinking personal finance education
- Why risk and return aren’t always perfectly linked in the fixed income space
- Pros and cons of high-frequency trading
- People lie on surveys, exhibit 2,943
- Would you be better off investing in private equity companies or funds?
- How uncorrelated is bitcoin and much more
- Ron Baron sees $1 billion in revenue for Tesla
- The base rate book
- Ray Dalio is still driving his hedge fund machine
- The WSJ’s fake and distorted news
- The race to be first
- Do recessions need to happen
- Why facts don’t change minds
- Rethinking financial education
- High yield was oxy. Private credit if fentanyl
- Bill Miller was up 120% last year
- Americans to inherit $764 billion this year, mostly tax-free
- Sports gambling will be a huge opportunity
- HFT costs investors $5 billion a year
- The subsidies will continue
- The Apple effect
- Americans went to the library more often than the movies
- The biggest lie in personal finance
- How to not get scammed
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