What if the cost of capital never rises? Ben Carlson on The Compound

Continuing the discussion raised by Bernstein’s question, and the post I did yesterday, which has been spreading like wildfire (thanks so much for reading and sharing!)…

Here’s Ben Carlson and I about the implications for portfolio construction, asset allocation, capitalism, etc.

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