I guess it's at least good that I recognize it. But I think it's funny how when I do well in the market (by just letting the index funds do their thing, mostly), it suddenly gives me confidence to start going odd ball with small caps, make hasty decisions and overall just not stick to what's been working more than fine for me for about five years now. [more]
OK so suddenly in the middle of trading day GOOG loses almost 10% before earnings are to be released after market close today. It's stabilized a bit, but still down more than 9% as of this post. [more]
Not directly related to investing, but I can't be the only one getting absolutely exhausted by all the latest gadgets coming out, and their seemingly hell-bent desire to lock consumers out from using what they want. [more]
Only see it on Reuters right now. WHATS IT ALL MEAN? Everyone going to flip out?
Our boy Ben says the "extended period" of near-zero rates is going to last at least two more years. Any reason to not pile in with NLY and the like? I saw them get spooked a couple days ago but they recovered quickly. I'd gladly take two years of 15%.