'Good Luck Finding It'- Confused Borrowers Scramble for Student Debt Relief Details
President Joe Biden’s announcement that he will cancel up to $20,000 in federal student loans for qualified borrowers could help score him points with progressives and young voters while fulfilling a promise he made when running for office.
The Warnings Were There About FAANG Stocks
The spectacular underperformance of the FAANGs this year came as no surprise to investors familiar with the history of growth stock bubbles. As happened in the lead up to the dot com and Nifty 50 bubbles, P/E ratios increased without any material justification.
Amazon Breaches TV’s Last Stronghold With $13 Billion Bet on NFL
When the National Football League’s regular season kicks off Thursday, millions of fans will settle into their easy chairs to watch America’s biggest, richest sport. But a different, multibillion dollar match will unfold a week later.
Gen Z Shows TikTok What Life's Like on Wall Street, Where Confidentiality Is Key
When Naeche Vincent’s employer told her she had to start coming to the office last year, she decided to make a TikTok video about preparing to step foot inside the Wall Street investment bank for the first time.
Missing the Forest for the Trees in the Early Months of a Long-Term Bear Market
This is part 1 of Volume I Issue VI of the Macro Value Monitor, a publication focusing on Monetary History, Market Myths, Investing Legends, and Real Global Value.