Pokemon revolves around the phrase “Gotta Catch em All,” but in truth, there is more to the line that also applies portfolio diversification
Some of the best moments in TV history were not only entertaining but also a lesson in economic and market history. By tying entertainment to past and contemporary issues, investors of all skills can learn to make more efficient decisions.
Investors regularly use factors to identify stocks that may deliver better risk adjusted returns. A basic overview of the most popular factors will help us build an optimal factor based NBA team.
The Jersey Shore was a cultural phenomena for 6 seasons after it debuted in 2009. Each week featured the club goers misinformed attempts at picking up girls. With a little lesson in decision theory, the cast may have had more successful nights out.
When Roseanne debuted, it was chalked up as a story about the average American family trying to deal with life’s everyday problems; marriage, children, and money. But it also gave viewers an understanding of the economic struggles of poor and middle-class families in the late 1980s and early 90s.
Seinfeld billed itself as a “show about nothing”, but there are valuable investing lessons to learn from each 30-minute episode. One of the early episodes—The Stock Tip— uncovers several biases investors exhibit when navigating the market. The episode begins in the Cafe, as many do, where George, Jerry, and Elaine Continue Reading