Starting from the most abstract principles is a good way to relearn something, but a bad way to learn something.
— Paul Graham (@paulg) February 14, 2019
I keep seeing articles and tweets saying that America has been in the grip of neoliberalism and free-market zealotry and it's time for a change. This is one of the greatest sleights of hand in intellectual history…
— Russell Roberts (@EconTalker) February 15, 2019
1/ Some book recommendations:
Rules of the game: many people are asking me for investing book recommendations and I finally felt guilty enough to actually put together a list. BUT–this is a first instalment and these were the books that literally came to mind. Not definitive.
— Jim O'Shaughnessy (@jposhaughnessy) February 16, 2019
1/ If you are feeling bored, let's talk about the very low interest rate and why it may not be good for the global economy.
I am talking about long-term rate (r), e.g. 10 year treasury, which is not directly determined by the central bank.
— Atif Mian (@AtifRMian) February 26, 2019
my brain today pic.twitter.com/AckAdxsRnP
— Glytch (@GlytchTech) February 26, 2019