Bill C: “I invested 100k into the domestic Formula funds two years ago and now it is worth 191K. Any recommendations to do with this money?”
Yes: Let them roll it over into the Gotham long/short, as described here, and stay with it.
‘P’ AS IN ‘PNEUMONIA’
Surely you know the routine – […]
The first section reviews Lufthansa’s giant TaxiBots, which lift the plane’s nose wheel off the ground and then drive the plane to its take-off area (driving back empty or maybe hanging around waiting for an arriving plane to hook up with and drive back to the gate).
The second section is on the […]
Who says America doesn’t have a bright future? We just have to put our minds to it. Like these minds at the — now 22! — Success Academy charter schools. I remember when my amazingly generous, praise-shy friend Joel Greenblatt funded the very first one just a few years ago. Here are the results. […]
BEST “SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE” EVVUH!
Did you see it? You still can. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake as “gift rappers” and . . . well, I don’t want to ruin the surprises. But who knew Jimmy Fallon (who once hugged me) was so talented? He’s Bob Dylan! He’s David Bowie! He’s Paul McCartney! He’s […]
So Patrick has enhanced the scorecard that tracks the suggestions made here over the years to include a column that shows how much actual cash you would have had to take out of your mattress, beginning with the first suggestion in 1996, to have amassed the theoretical $383,027 it would have grown to last night. If you […]
Columbus thought this was China? He thought they had rum like this in China?
But — as always — I digress.
There is news from the competitor to WheelTug: Airbus signs MoU with Honeywell and Safran to develop electric taxiing solution for the A320 Family. This memorandum of understanding is not necessarily […]
I’m glad you liked Alan Webber’s speech, posted yesterday. (I am neutral among all our fine Democratic candidates, but wouldn’t he make a great governor of New Mexico 11 months from now?)
Today, I hand the mike to Bill Press, whom you may know from TV or the radio. He has such a clear voice:
A friend gave this speech about kids. They happen to be New Mexico kids, but his speech applies to kids in a great many places here and abroad. Whether it be modernizing our schools or getting the lead out of homes or funding pre-K programs and after-school programs — or just making sure poor […]
So here’s the new and improved scorecard from Patrick Johnson. If you click the link, it should download an Excel spreadsheet to your computer.
The spreadsheet shows the 196 investment suggestions Patrick identified, in reading back through all 4,300 or so archived columns, and imagines that you had put $1,000 into each one . . . […]
Patrick Johnson has updated the spreadsheet that contains all my suggestions since 1996, and even tweaked a version of it to allow it to update itself (not for dividends and splits and stuff, but for daily stock price changes), which will be awfully cool if we decide it’s indeed ready for prime time.
For those […]
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Market economics as currently practiced often ... includes only what's countable, not what counts.~Rocky Mountain Institute
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