SSRN published their top 10 papers of 2015 and my paper Understanding the Modern Monetary System came in at #6. I’m incredibly humbled to be on a list like this [ … ]
If you didn’t pay much attention to the financial markets you’re in luck because it wasn’t a whole lot of fun. And if you didn’t read a single financial blog all year you’re also in luck because here’s a great round-up of some of the best items from the financial blogosphere:
Here are three things I think I think you should be reading: 1) Here’s a very smart piece by Jesse Livermore over at Philosophical Economics. Jesse questions the validity of [ … ]
Last week, other bloggers and I provided favorite reads for Tadas Viskanta and his terrific site, Abnormal Returns. There are a lot of good and helpful suggestions offered there. But I am seldom asked about books in a broader context — books that changed my overall thinking and thus necessarily changed how I view investing and the markets. The ten books shown in the gallery below did just that. They were (and are) particularly illuminating. I highly recommend them.
Like many other investing pigs, March 1st is when I feed at the trough of Warren Buffett. His annual letter to shareholders is and always has been one of the best reads of the year.
Business Insider is running a cool feature on “books that changed our lives”. It covers 24 different opinions on different books. I had to laugh at the Macreconomics selection (the [ … ]
Here’s a bit of what I am reading and studying today:
A big part of my work has been influenced by the French philosopher Volney who stated that human beings strive to become happy through becoming better and more virtuous. In [ … ]
Some good insights from a guy named Barry Ritholtz. He writes a blog or something. You may have heard of him: