Buffett's Big Mistake

Overconfidence can be a powerful force, leading us to ignore our better judgement. Look no further than the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, for proof on the blinding effect of investor overconfidence.


On May 1, 1975 the NYSE changed a major way it was operating for over 150 years. It would open the door for people like Jack Bogle and Vanguard to start cutting costs to individual investors.

Lessons From Bitcoin

The meteoric rise and subsequent bursting of the crypto-currency bubble left many questioning Bitcoin’s role in the future of the global economy. Although bubbles may indicate irrationality in the markets, history proves that they often lead to fundamental changes in our world.