The Pitfalls of Early Success – A Personal History

“Success makes people think they’re smart.  That’s fine as far as it goes, but there can also be negative ramifications.” — Howard Marks  The investing profession tends to attract individuals who, to put it politely, have a healthy sense of

Book Review: Mastering the Market Cycle

“Imagine how much harder physics would be if electrons had feelings!” — Richard Feynman The goal of many websites is to create “evergreen” content — that is, content that stands the test of time and will prove to be relevant

Interesting Reading – January 20, 2017

In this series, we suggest worthwhile reading material on a variety of topics of general interest. What to Make of the ‘Davos Class’ in the Trump Era – The New York Times, January 16, 2017.  Andrew Ross Sorkin reports on

Interesting Reading – October 7, 2016

Note to readers:  In this new series, we will suggest worthwhile reading material on a variety of topics, not all of which will be related directly to investing.  We anticipate several posts per month consisting of five to ten suggestions

Coping With Irrational Markets

One of the requirements for efficient capital markets involves the rapid dissemination of relevant information necessary to make investment decisions.  Superior information can provide a material edge for investors and has traditionally been viewed as a competitive advantage for those


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