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If there was ever a person who appreciated the intricacy of the world around us, it would have to be Leonardo da Vinci. His fascination with complex systems from human anatomy to the mechanical world led him to some fascinating … Read more
I just finished watching a new documentary on 401(k) plans. It was intended to be an exposé of sorts. The program combined criticisms of the U.S. retirement system and financial services industry with sinister music for added drama. After I … Read more
I don’t consider myself a risk-taker. I change the batteries in my smoke detectors, double check that my doors are locked, and always wear my seat belt. I can absolutely relate to the fear that many young people have when … Read more
If you’ve heard of Pat Venditte—a minor league pitcher in the Yankees organization—you may know he has an extra tool in his arsenal. It’s not another pitch, but another arm.
He’s ambidextrous and changes his pitching arm depending on the … Read more
Even from its recent lows, the S&P 500 Index would have to drop another 30% or so to get back to the level that had me counseling caution back in 1995.