You may have seen Mr Market lurking around lately, shouting irrational price offers at you. First he’s willing to pay you $1,000 for your share of a business. The next day, only $700. Then $800. Nothing about the underlying business or its prospects have changed. Today I’d like to introduce you to Benjamin Grahams Mr Market, who is just as relevant today as he was in 1949.
Good morning everyone! Today I’m honored to bring you a guest post from my friend Crispy Doc. We met online and at FinCon, where I scared the crap out of him. Luckily, he was grateful for the experience. When he asked if he could share the story of Ryan Park with the readers of my […]
Happy holidays everyone! Thank you so much for stopping by today, and every day. Today I have a gift for you, to thank you for being an amazing reader. And be sure to check out my holiday content while you’re here!
With the recent debacle around Robinhood’s “3% Checking & Savings”, many people were asking what the heck is the difference between FDIC and SIPC insurance. Today I’m breaking it down with eight things you *need* to know.
Good morning everyone! Today I’ve got another wonderful story of a successful woman, Tiffany Grinstead from Nationwide. We met at FinCon, and when I told her all about this site and this series, she was excited to participate. And I’m certainly glad she did! She’s a marketing leader at Nationwide, with four kids, and has […]
Today I come to tell you the epic tale of Robinhood, who launched a product that seemed too good to be true – and it was. On Thursday, to much fanfare, the venture capital-backed company called Robinhood launched a brand-new, innovative “checking and savings” account paying 3% interest. They assured customers not only did they […]