I found this chart that I generated a few years in my archive folder. It looks at $100,000 invested in either cash or the average return of the top 200 superfunds I should update it to see if the general pattern holds true in the current environment. My guess is that it probably does and…Details
I went for a long bike ride today. I needed to get out and clear my head. The sun was shining, daffodils were emerging along the riverside bike path, dogwood trees were in bloom and at one point I thought to myself, “Yeah, life goes on.” Pretty corny, and maybe even a bit selfish given…Details
That’s what Jerry Colonna told me when I asked him what to do with all the fear and uncertainty going on right now with the market collapse and the COVID-19 pandemic. Not very uplifting. At least, not at first glance. But the truth is, this conversation with Jerry was not about convenient lies and magic pills. It’s…Details
This is a recent post that popped up in my Twitter feed. It follows the usual nonsense line of, if you had gone back in history and bought this stock and held it till today you would have X amount of money. It’s the same nonsense as saying that if you had invested in APPL…Details
I am going to do a more extensive year in review in the next day or so but here is a primer.
One of the things that is often overlooked in trading is the role that dividends play in wealth creation. I have posted before about the role of DRP schemes in bulking up returns over the long term and since it is a blisteringly hot day in Melbourne (actually too friggen hot to get in the…Details