Shiller’s new book, Narrative Economics, is definitely on my reading list this fall.
I did everything I was supposed to do. What am I supposed to do now?
don’t take this the wrong way, but when startups need money from Instagram scrollers, it’s probably not because they have amazing deals
There is an answer, and it’s not market timing.
This tweet blew up… I am. 42 years old. At 7% average annual return I'll live to see Dow 100,000. I buy dips, reinvest dividends and ridicule economists. https://t.co/xixJcyNcrj — Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) August 26, 2019 I have a big SEP IRA contribution to make this October I can’t touch that money again for…
There are no asset managers who represent their strategy to clients as “We buy the most expensive assets, and add to them as they rise in price and valuation.” That’s unfortunate
The only reason stocks can go up is because they can also go down.
I think he makes a good point, with just one caveat
What Josh does with his own savings.