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Lessons Learned at 168 MPH

February 16, 2022

Some people play golf. Some people play tennis. And while I certainly understand the appeal of these great activities, I prefer to engage in recreational […]

Podcasters of the World Unite

February 9, 2022

When a star player in your profession comes under attack, it behooves you to […]

The Ultimate ‘Fixer Upper’ for Your Portfolio

February 2, 2022

“Landlords grow rich in their sleep.” — John Stuart Mill The English philosopher and political economist John Stuart Mill is one of the most influential figures in intellectual history and the classical liberalism movement. Mill is best known for his theory of “Utilitarianism,” which in essence states that an action or type of action is […]

Turn and Face the Strange

January 26, 2022

If you thought that the beginning of 2022 would be volatile, then you were right on the money, literally. You see, in this business, being […]

It’s Time to Go Clubbing 

January 19, 2022

I’m not usually the type of man who wants to be in a “club.” In fact, I generally eschew membership in social organizations, political parties and other artificial constructs that humans create to feel kinship with one another. However, there is one club of sorts, or more specifically, a list of individuals, that I would […]

How a Philosopher Taught Me to Trade Options

January 12, 2022

Alright, I know what you’re thinking. How the heck did a philosopher teach me how to trade options? Well, if you’ve been a reader of The Deep Woods for even just a short time, you likely know that I am a huge advocate of cultivating and integrating all kinds of knowledge about the world — and […]

What Can Go Wrong in 2022

January 5, 2022

You’ve undoubtedly already seen more 2022 predictions than you care to digest, so I won’t assault you with some arbitrary thoughts about what’s going to […]

If Things Go Right in 2022

December 29, 2021

During this time of the year, most financial media consumers are treated to a rash of predictions […]

Embracing the Giving Season

December 22, 2021

The holidays are the giving season, and they call it the giving season for good reason. You see, it’s estimated that about 30% of annual donations occur between Thanksgiving […]

Sadness Amidst the Benevolent Universe

December 15, 2021

The year is nearly over, and compared to 2020, 2021 has been a relative return to normalcy. I mean, despite this year’s political, social and pandemic tumult and flare […]

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