Have you ever been right about something when everyone else was wrong? This post discusses the difficulties of investing and being wrong when you are right.
Why do the poor and the rich have the most trouble dealing with their finances? This week I discuss the downsides of wealth and how to avoid them.
When it comes to communication, personal finances, and even war, sometimes the most efficient solution is not the most effective.
I call out the financial media for normalizing exceptional financial circumstances.
An eerie coincidence occurs the first time I ever attempt to write about my family’s history with gambling.
Though market timing is a difficult strategy to execute on, with certain conditions, timing the market can be a successful strategy.
Becoming a purveyor of signal in a world drowned by noise is the ultimate reputational asset. Find out why being accurate can give you a career edge.
On survivorship bias, the post hoc fallacy, and why personal finance has gotten a bit too…personal.
A historical review of financial and biological systems and why they have a propensity to survive despite the worst of odds.
There are some personal finance topics that people are too afraid to discuss in public. I address some of these topics and why they are so taboo.