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Thoughts from the Frontline Archive, May 2017

The Great Reset: How Should We Then Invest?
  • May 22, 2017

The Great Reset: How Should We Then Invest?

“A speculator is one who runs risks of which he is aware, and an investor is one who runs risks of which he is unaware.”
– John Maynard Keynes

“The biggest mistake investors make is to believe that what happened in the recent past is likely to persist. They assume that something that was a good investment in the recent past is still a good investment. Typically, high past returns simply imply that an asset has become more expensive and is a poorer, not better, investment.”
– Ray Dalio,...

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How to Drink from a Firehose
  • May 14, 2017

How to Drink from a Firehose

Basic economics tells us all resources are scarce, but our demand for them is not. Hence we need methods to allocate the limited supply of each resource. A significant part of economics is the study of those methods.

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Angst in America, Part 7: The Angst of the Millennial Generation
  • May 7, 2017

Angst in America, Part 7: The Angst of the Millennial Generation

“Being young and having no job remains stubbornly common. Wages for young people fortunate enough to get a job have gone down. Inflation-adjusted wages for young high school graduates were 11 percent higher in 2000 than they were more than a decade later, and inflation-adjusted wages of young college graduates (four years only) have fallen by more than 5 percent. Unemployment rates for young college graduates have been running for years now in the neighborhood of 10 percent and underemployment...

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