Of all amazing leaps forward in household technologies in the early-to-mid-1900s — automobiles, radios, televisions, refrigerators, washer/dryer, dishwasher, etc. — the most underrated might be air conditioning. I have been thankful for air conditioning every humid Michigan summer day of my life. I can’t imagine how people ever lived without it. Using cold as a…
A look back at the history of double-dip recessions.
Michael and Ben speak with Helios CEO Chris Shuba about outsourced financial advisor solutions.
A look back at the 1920s Florida real estate bubble.
5 reasons for selling out of the stock market.
Michael and Ben discuss Dave Portnoy’s army of daytraders, Hertz, Robinhood and more.
Some thoughts on the Department of Labor’s new rules for allowing private equity into 401k plans.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the U.S. economy peaked in February and officially entered a recession in March. This is a newsflash to exactly zero people. When the pandemic hit and the economy was put in the freezer, it was immediately obvious the longest economic expansion in this country’s history came to…
A look back at the most volatile years in stock market history.
Michael and Ben speak with Fundrise co-founder and CEO Ben Miller.