If we look at “the market” of financial assets from the 30,000 foot perspective then an obvious reality becomes clear – there is actually ONE portfolio of all outstanding financial [ … ]
I went to see Interstellar last night. I won’t ruin it for you, but if you’re in to things like time travel, intergalactic travel and space ships then you should [ … ]
Just letting readers know that I’ve updated the “Understanding Money” section on the Orcam website. My goal is to make this a comprehensive section of the site helping people better [ … ]
A recent post of mine discussed the importance of understanding your real, real returns (see here). That is your return after fees and inflation. We don’t usually hear about this [ … ]
You’ve probably heard it a million times from financial “experts” – the key to financial success is saving. The idea is that if we save more now then we’ll have more [ … ]
Thornburg Funds has a new report out on understanding your real, real returns and it’s fantastic. I discuss this topic in detail in my book, but they do a much better job covering [ … ]
Ever wanted a basic overview of the various schools of economics? Of course you didn’t, but I will give it to you anyhow.
You’re much more likely to become wealthy investing in your own ability to generate future production than you are by buying an asset that was actually someone else’s investment.
when we think of banking it’s really better to think of it as being a demand side issue. If you start from the supply side you’ll likely get confused.