Wealth preservation over very long periods of time is hard. I discuss the historical evidence surrounding a variety of assets and how they preserve wealth.
Even the world’s best investors are not immune from making mistakes. Come find out why.
On the periodic nature of progress and destruction that occurs in both markets and in life.
The main difference between natural and financial systems is that natural systems tend to have immutable laws, while financial systems only have tendencies.
Retirement is one of the most complex topics in investing. This post simplifies the process to focus on what matters the most.
When investing a lump sum of money, it is better to do it all at once than to dollar cost average into the market. Here’s why.
With evidence of a growing cognitive divide in society, what should we do to mitigate this problem, if anything?
A market timing strategy rarely outperforms dollar cost averaging even when that strategy knows exactly when to buy.
Reducing complexity can be powerful for understanding larger systems. Come find out the importance of knowing one big thing.
On the upsides and downsides of luck in investing and in life.