Got a new video posted. Link below the fold.
I’m going to be taking some time to plan new directions for this site and my content in general. Here’s what I’ve learned so far in running it, and here’s some things you can learn from my successes and mistakes—especially if you make content of your own.
The market has had a decent rally since its recent bottom in February. I’m not convinced that this is light at the end of the tunnel. I remain bearish.
Think Level 2 is the tough one? I just posted a new video talking about it. Link below the fold.
As usual, mainstream business journalists don’t understand the difference between correlation and causation.
This is first and foremost a finance website, but if you follow my content, it’s probably because you have some interest in self development, because my content tends to have that angle. This article is a warning though on taking it to extremes, and why self development is a useful tool, but it’s not your final destination.
This is a follow up video to the first one that I made on the CFA Program. In it, I go deeper into the mindsets needed to pass, based on some of the comments that I got on the first video and some points that I thought needed to be addressed.
There were lots of good ones to choose from which made this hard, but here’s the list that I paired down of the top 20 books that I’ve read in 2015.
In case you’re hiding under a rock, you missed an amazing MMA fight last night between Holly Holm and Ronda Rousey—unless of course you’re one of the Vegas bookies, in which case things didn’t turn out pretty at all, according to news reports.
To be clear, I’m not gloating with this article. Sequoia prior to recent events was a storied mutual fund with a solid track record. It is, however, now a case study in when risk management goes wrong, and when a 30% position blows up.