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Chasing Returns Is a Hard Catch

Larry Swedroe on a study showing why performance chasing rarely succeeds. There is a considerable body of evidence demonstrating that the post-hire performance of active managers tends to be disappointing relative to their pre-hire performance. Specifically, managers’ performance tends to regress toward zero after adjusting for expenses, risk, exposure to common factors and survivorship bias. …Read More.

The Scarcity Fallacy: Is Less Really More?

Tim Maurer on why finding our path to contentment may have little to do with the dichotomy set up between the pursuit of less and the pursuit of more, scarcity versus acquisition. Having the privilege of walking through life with people vocationally, aiding in the acquisition, maintenance and dispossession of earthly resources as a financial …Read More.