This passive bubble talk makes no sense.
Michael and Ben discuss passive bubbles, fund flows, the best Disney song, targetdate funds, behavior gaps & much more.
It feels like people have been worried about the next recession every day since the last one was over. I get it. Recessions aren’t fun. But you can’t constantly remain in the fetal position simply because you know the economy and markets eventually have a downside. Here’s a piece I wrote for Fortune to provide…
Why budget is a four letter word in the personal finance world.
2019 has been a good year for pretty much everything in the financial markets. U.S. stocks, long-term government bonds, and gold are all up big this year: I can’t remember a year when all three of these very different assets were all up so much at the same time. So I looked back at the…
I would be more worried about baby boomers during the next recession than millennials.
On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael and Ben we discuss: The finances of having kids The best case scenario for the next recession Is anyone bullish right now? How to sell investment products Why all the new streaming services will be bundled eventually Hedging out the end of the world When Googling goes bad…
Why recession indicators don’t necessarily work as stock market indicators.
Michael and Ben discuss Neil Postman’s book Amusing Ourselves to Death.
How does a down stock market impact a sitting president’s re-election chances?