On January 31st, just three months ago, my wife delivered baby twins. We added two boys to the family, since welcoming our first-born, a girl, in August 2016.
Wall Street machines are, in essence, questioning their entire outlook of the world.
When I was in Colorado a few years back, we did a rafting trip in level-3 and level-4 rapids.
I love basketball. Ever since my father, who was 6’6” (1.97m) and now is more like 6’4” (1.92m), enrolled me into training and practice when I was six, it has been my primary sport.
In 1875, one of the most influential people of the past two centuries was casually, yet surgically observing nature and published a book that was about to shake the world of science for good.
“What’s the secret of a great marriage? It’s not looks, nor intelligence, nor money — it’s low expectations.” Warren Buffett’s relationship advice holds true in politics and in the markets as well; the more you lower expectations, the more you remove speculators and weak hands and stay with the conservative-minded people, which is exactly what the FED is doing right now.