- Liz Stinson
- I’m not sure where this rant came from and I may disavow it tomorrow…
- Notes from Shakti Gawain, “Developing Intuition, Practical Guidance for Daily Life”
- Book notes: Good to Great by Jim Collins
- How does The Pill work?
- Going dark, Going private, An example of going private
- More details on registration with the SEC
- Why does a company care about its stock price?
- Peter Lynch, Learn to Earn, Introduction
- My reading list for learning about investing
- Getting my head around investing
- Liz Stinson
Category Archives: economics
How does the Fed lower long-term interest rates? The Federal Reserve owns about $1.7T in US treasury securities (e.g. bonds issued by the federal government), which is about a trillion more than they owned before the quantitative easings of 2008 and 2010. … Continue reading
What is it basically? An “expansionary monetary policy”: that is, a policy that attempts to increase the size of the money supply, typically with the goal of lowering interest rates. Lower interest rates encourage (1) investors to look for higher … Continue reading
Sections Total US debt: personal, corporate, government Breakdown of US national (i.e. federal government) debt only What the national debt doesn’t include US: national debt vs. GDP International: Government debt vs. GDP Total US Debt All told, the total US debt is … Continue reading