On this edition of Re-Kindled, Michael and Ben dive into the classic book Where Are the Customers’ Yachts? to see how well Fred Schwed’s book has held up.
The S&P 500 has experienced a correction of at least 5% or worse in 65 out of the past 70 years. Corrections are the price of adsmission in stocks.
From the Federal Reserve, this is a history of inflation, deflation, asset prices, national income, booms, busts, recessions and depressions from 1775-1943.
Credit cards can be your best friend or your worst enemy. But there are other benefits that come from credit cards you may not be aware of.
Ben Carlson & Michael Batnick discuss Tesla’s unraveling, what happens during the next recession, why fixed costs matter more than variable costs, what Michael learned from creating a financial plan and much more.
A home is the biggest purchase most people ever make in their lives but it involves a ton of risk. Here’s a potential solution to hedge those risks.
Today’s Animal Spirits: Talk Your Book is presented by Unison: We discuss: The hardest part of buying a home for most people. How long it takes to save for a down payment. The average loan-to-value for mortgages. Why the middle class may need to tap into their home equity for retirement. Residential real estate as…
Life spans continue to grow in the United States and the United Kingdom, although the pace is relatively slow. Between 1960 and 2014, average life expectancies have risen 13% and 14%, respectively, in two of the wealthiest countries in the world. That works out to an increase of just 0.2% per year, slow but steady…
I play What Are Your Thoughts? with Josh Brown and Michael Batnick.
Josh Brown, Michael Batnick, and Ben Carlson sat down with I Will Teach You To Be Rich author Ramit Sethi to discuss his best-selling book.