I recently sat down with Dave Rubin to discuss philosophy, capitalism, and the debate over inequality. By far the most enjoyable interview I’ve ever done.
How should you invest if you’re not a Warren Buffett-level stock picker? Take Warren Buffett’s advice: My advice . . . could not be more simple: Put 10% of the cash in short-term government bonds and 90% in a very low-cost S&P 500 index fund. (I suggest Vanguard’s.) I believe the . . . long-term results from […]
In a column for Financial Advisor, investment guru Nick Murray namesEqual Is Unfair a runner-up for “best book of 2016.” Mind and heart can readily agree on the runner-up: It’s Don Watkins’ and Yaron Brook’s Equal Is Unfair: America’s Misguided Fight Against Income Inequality. This extraordinary and indispensable book does for the “issue” of income inequality what Alex Epstein’s The […]
I recently joined my friend Halelly Azulay to discuss mentoring–in my experience, one of the highest leverage tools for achieving success.
In Equal Is Unfair, Yaron Brook and I argue that one of the problems with the concept of “economic inequality” is that it lumps together two fundamentally different things: inequality that reflects differences in productive achievement and inequality that reflects some people’s ability to gain unearned wealth. Package-deals like this lay the groundwork for injustice. For example, you’ll […]