Ladies and Gentlemen,
You are financing the greatest heist in American history. Of epic proportions. Currently, $8.6 trillion dollars is sitting in the top 5 US banks. Let me remind you – these banks were actually rewarded for their malfeasance in 2008. They actually grew bigger with our government’s blessing. Continue reading “Lies, Damned Lies, And Heuristics”
We just started. We’re a bit late to the 21st-century party here.
Continue reading “Vacation Arbitrage: Airbnb Diary”
Originally published June 24, 2011
It’s 6:30am. Today is the day.
Your broker is moving to a new firm. Continue reading “Fridays”
“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” -Cicero
Continue reading “The Asset Of Gratitude”
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato //
I hope you enjoy this week’s ear candy.
Continue reading “Spotify Saturday: Stay Up”
I am not an expert on how to navigate a “successful” divorce, but five years later I am here to report that I am happier and healthier than I’ve ever been — and our kids are too.
To that end, I can assure you that the divorce process will be exhausting and probably one of the hardest (and most expensive) things you’ll have to endure. But, as the joke goes… Why? Because it’s worth it. Continue reading “So You’re Getting A Divorce…”
When you first meet someone, there’s usually a lot of questions on the road toward establishing their awesomeness.
There’s the usual… What do you do? Where are you from? Continue reading “You Are So Money.”
For the better part of the last twenty years, I’ve not only been giving advice but thinking about advice and the business of giving advice.
Continue reading “Maybe You’re Asking The Wrong Questions…”
Los Angeles, 1980 — The air is so polluted that you can see it, smell it, and taste it. People are getting tired of the shallow, vapid Hollywood Dream. The 70’s counterculture punk rock scene is setting the table for a new wave of angry poets, who ride skateboards, hammer guitars and scribble in their notepads, capturing what they are seeing all around them. Continue reading “The State Of The End Of The Millenium Address”
Michael Batnick wrote a fantastic piece on cognitive bias and how ‘beginning with the end in mind’ is a mistake when starting a stock position — to never begin with the end in mind. It’s hard to argue with him about that because he’s right.
Continue reading “Actually, Do Begin With The End In Mind…”