Do you have "better things to do" than understand why everyone, including you, is feeling so frustrated these days?
We live in interesting times, to say the least. No one can really agree on anything, yet everyone seems to expect everyone
What if baseball worked like monetary policy? Forget guys like Rob Manfred, Bud Selig, Fay Vincent. What if we put someone like
What do you value most? Family? Friends? Independence? Intellect? Wealth? Achievement? Power? Beauty? Charity? Purpose? Justice? The sooner we realize we don’t
“An economy without a shared morality is destined to fail (in relative terms, of course).” (you know, applying the whole “moral relativism”
Have a little extra "choice" with your low-debt coconut drink?
Who should be doing the worrying when the Fed is warning “Asset prices remain vulnerable to significant price declines"?
"...the $120k salary guy nets out with $144k on the year, while the $121k salary guy nets out with - well, $121k."
It’s refreshing to know there are at least some companies that still see prudent financial & risk management practices (i.e. saving for
Who do you think deserves help?
"...claims of “unjust enrichment,” arguing that it’s unfair for the schools to profit from services they didn’t provide.”
"...the dangers of seeking to solve the problems of debt with more debt."
"the choice (or at least the outcome of those choices) is simple - more inequality, or less inequality"
Simplicity might be in the eye of the beholder. Is your economic system "sparking joy"?
"...spurring investors to prop up firms that may not be fit to survive." (or, when can I book my next cruise vacation?)
"I really have no faith"..."I have no faith in the system" (and what happens if we all stop playing?)
"...as a senior citizen he would be willing to risk his life in exchange for keeping the America that all America loves
In some ways, it’s not unlike what transpired a decade ago in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis – prospective homebuyers,
"...many deaths, many jobs lost, a lot of trauma and massive economic dislocation...the stock market believes that none of that matters"