Busy on a few projects this morning, but here are some links of note:
My friend Tadas did a nice thing about the financial blogosphere that’s worth a read. He believes we’re in the process of maturing and a lot of blogs had to be weeded out for that to take place.
If you’re in New York City early December, catch me at Bloomberg’s half-day ETF conference hosted at the Mother Ship. Great lineup, includes Michael Bloomberg (former 3-time mayor of NYC), Kevin O’Leary (Shark Tank), Jack Bogle (founder of Vanguard) and me (followed the Beastie Boys on tour, Summer 1994). Should be a great session.
This January I’m doing a talk at the Inside ETFs show in Hollywood, Florida. Literally everyone is going to be there. It’s from January 24th-27th at the Diplomat Hotel. Will be mixing business with business and trying to see both clients and prospective clients in the area that week. Contact us to set up a meeting if you think we can possibly help you with your portfolio and financial planning.
Wall Street turning on Warren Buffett for “having his own set of rules.” Jealous much?
There’s been an upward drift to stock market multiples for a century now. Michael Batnick explains why it’s justified by these factors.