Seinfeld teaches us not just how to leave a clever answering machine message, but how to become better investors
Opportunity cost crops up in everyday situations for both real and fictional people. Learn how TV approaches the popular economics concept
Learn how Seinfeld teaches us more about time and finance than how to avoid a kiss hello.
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.
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