“You have to know languages when you go to sell something,” wrote Gabriel García Márquez. “But when you go to buy, everyone does what he must to understand you.” It turns out he was wrong — though, in fairness, his Nobel Prize wasn’t in economics.
Here, in a nutshell, is why we need financial therapy, a melding of psychotherapy and financial advice: "Only about 20% of financial planning clients respond to logic and education.”
Nuttiest tax case I’ve seen in a while.
How did a tech firm that produces surveillance cameras used in detention camps end up in "socially responsible" ESG funds?
Free business idea: CrossFit, but the coaches are also financial advisers.
Our institutions, financial instruments and even our vocabulary no longer seem adequate to cope with the challenges of retirement. We need new ways of talking and thinking about this life stage (and all life stages).
There are going to be a lot more cases like this...
The true test of an actor: Performing the Mueller Report.
Golf really is the key to a good retirement, apparently.