The Unlucky Investor's Guide to Options Trading guides readers through the world of options and teaches the crucial risk management techniques for sustainable investing.
Jan 14, 2022
The debate over paying college athletes is almost as old as college sports. Programs like football and basketball bring in millions of dollars in revenues each year thanks to the players on those teams. The NCAA historically did not allow athletes to get paid for playing. But in a ruling earlier this year, it was decided athletes could be paid for use of their name, image and likeness. This week, Dylan and Josh have opposing views as to whether or not this is good.
Dec 10, 2021
There is no argument, economies figured out not only how to make do with workers being remote, but actually continue growing. Still, the lack of social interaction, impromptu discussions that begin with questions as innocent as, “How was your weekend?” and turned into brainstorming sessions, have been lost. There’s a reason since coming out of the caves we haven’t gone back in - social evolution.
Sep 17, 2021
Few would argue our greatest political and economic threat is China. Their growth has been nothing short of stratospheric (if we’re to take their economic reports at their word). Yet for all their successes and opportunities, they really can’t help but shoot themselves in the foot.
Sep 3, 2021
So how does an aging financial Hall of Famer become relevant again? Unlike rock stars, rehab isn’t an option. Reality TV isn’t their thing either. But unlike musicians, struggling to create art, finance stars work in a world of binary choices. Read more in Dylan's Weekly Note.
Aug 27, 2021
When we talk about a company being disruptive, we’re talking about a company that’s figured out a better, cheaper and more efficient way of doing things. Those efficiencies and cost savings are passed to customers and forever change the competitive landscape. Read more in Dylan’s Weekly Note.
Aug 20, 2021
If Elon Musk had a tip on a horse and bet any portion of Tesla’s capital on that horse, shareholders might be upset. Even if the horse comes in, resulting in a boost to earnings, is that really how shareholders want the bottom line to grow? Read more in Dylan’s Weekly Note.
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