Here’s part two of the Q&A on passive investing. If you haven’t read part 1 it will be helpful to do that first since I laid out the necessary definitions [ … ]
If you have read my 2012 essay on “The Myth of Passive Investing” then you probably don’t need or want to read what’s below. If there’s a consistent theme on [ … ]
One of the more common responses to the fact that inflation is low is the idea that the inflation is all in asset prices. So, for instance, if someone were [ … ]
The ultimate dream of the crypto currency enthusiasts is for money to become decentralized and essentially removed from the hands of banks and Central Banks who can “manipulate” it for [ … ]
There’s usually two forms of ideological rhetoric that accompany low interest rates. The first is that the Fed has “manipulated” interest rates lower. And the second is that the Fed is “punishing savers”. Let’s take a look at each of these ideas because I find them misleading at best and hypocritical at worst.
The WSJ was out with a piece discussing outflows from DoubleLine’s Total Return Bond fund this week. One of the reasons for the outflows was cited as the lack of [ … ]
* Sorry for the brief hiatus. Life got in the way and I had to take some time off. All is better now in case anyone cares. Here’s a [ … ]
The following ten posts include some of the biggest myths in the investing world. I hope you find them educational and informative.
This is the tenth instalment of a ten part series similar to what I did with “The Biggest Myths in Economics”. Many of these will be familiar to regular readers, but [ … ]