Green shoots…. withered

When the financial crisis was just starting to resolve, some economic data points began to look less bad and a few even looked good. Ben Bernanke called these “green shoots”, suggesting new growth. At the time, concern levels were high…

Behavioral biases and investing

The New York Times published a great piece by Nobel prize winner Robert Shiller (economist and professor at Yale). Shiller identifies several behavioral biases that confound making any short term market predictions. As it pertains to the present, the Fed…