2020 has seen some of the best and worst quarterly returns of all-time.
Michael and Ben discuss the biggest tech stocks, more worries about the pandemic, some new books and more.
A list of my current worries.
Why stocks don’t always outperform bonds over the long-term.
My presentation on diversification and why I think online conferences might work.
When it became apparent sports weren’t coming back for a while in early-March, I joked that ESPN should become a financial network until they returned. It wasn’t Stephen A. Smith but Dave Portnoy of Barstool Sports who made the pivot to trading stocks. This makes sense when you consider how many people there are who…
A look back at how often the US sees high inflation.
Michael and Ben discuss inflation predictions, the new 60/40 portfolio, a Saved by the Bell reboot and more.
The biggest reason for double-digit interest rates on credit cards.
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…