Increasing Your Income In Corporate America

The personal finance space is a great place to learn about getting your finances right. Unfortunately, 95% of the related discussions, blog posts, articles, and books on the topic concentrate on budgeting, investing, and debt repayment, yet the one thing that will most likely move the needle the most in someone’s financial journey the most Read more about Increasing Your Income In Corporate America[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 29: Pay Now, Consume Later

iTunes Episode 029: Pay Now, Consume Later Show notes: A Wealth Of Common Sense: The Gordon Gekko Of Fyre Festival James Clear Tweet Humble Dollar: Spending Happily The Reformed Broker: Double Your Money The Irrelevant Investor: In Or Out WSJ: Investors’ Dash for Cash Adds to Stock Market’s Vulnerability Meb Faber: The Biggest Valuation Spread in Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 29: Pay Now, Consume Later[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 28: Thanks Jack!

iTunes Episode 028: Thanks Jack! Show notes: WSJ: John C. Bogle, Founder of Vanguard Group, Dies at 89 WSJ: WeWork’s CEO Makes Millions As Landlord To WeWork Kyle Moore, CFP®: Don’t Be A “Christmas Card” Investor The Belle Curve: Health Insurance, An Untold Story Morningstar: 11 Tax Deductions You Can Still Take Chemark: Gotta Be In It To Win It Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 28: Thanks Jack![…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 27: The Year Of The Bulk

iTunes Episode 027: The Year Of The Bulk Show notes: The Irrelevant Investor: Buy Low, Buy High Financial Panther: You Don’t Need To Start Your Career In Your 20s Humble Dollar: Never Retire Fat-Tailed And Happy: Dividend Investing Is Bizarre WSJ: Vanguard Won’t Let Investors Trade These Popular—But Controversial—Products WSJ: Golf-Home Owners Find Themselves In A Hole Bitsbox Jeni’s Ice Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 27: The Year Of The Bulk[…]

Careers and the Hedonic Treadmill

In my first job after I graduated college, I worked for a regional accounting firm. It was fairly outdated in terms of its offering of non-financial benefits to its employees, and most likely operated just as it had 25 years prior. Employees were required to sign in and out at the front desk everyday. God Read more about Careers and the Hedonic Treadmill[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 26: Glitch, Please

iTunes Episode 026: Glitch, Please Show notes: MarketWatch: Trump Says Stocks Had ‘Glitch’ NYT: What Should You Do About A Falling Market? Nothing. WSJ: Individual Investors Try Not To Panic Over Big Market Gyrations Chenmark Capital Management: Dare To Be Great WSJ: Your Cash Is No Good Here. Literally. WSJ: She’s Powerlifting at 76 NYT: Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 26: Glitch, Please[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 25: Live From Fishers

I drove down to Justin’s office in Fishers, Indiana to record this episode in person. iTunes Episode 025: Live From Fishers Show notes: WSJ: When Couples Retire—And Then Start A Business Bloomberg: Forget Drones. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Needs Lots Of Delivery Humans AQR: Once More, Without Feeling A Wealth Of Common Sense: Big Up Days In The Stock Market Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 25: Live From Fishers[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 24: Conflicting Narratives

iTunes Episode 024: Conflicting Narratives Show notes: Verdad Capital: Do MBA’s Make Better CEO’s?  Cullen Roche: The Counterproductive Nature of Annual Forecasts Brendan Mullooly: The Rashomon Effect: What To Do WIth Narratives Michael Batnick: The Hardest Problem In Finance Bloomberg: Robinhood Will Offer Checking Service Promising 3% Interest Overcast My Dad’s Friendship With Charles Barkley NPR’s Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 24: Conflicting Narratives[…]