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Neutralizing The Toxic Cocktail Of Financial Fright

Have you ever wondered why vanilla constantly tops the list of favorite ice cream flavors? Or why so many drivers select white cars? Faced with an overwhelming array of choices, it’s human nature to default to what’s basic and comfortable. The consequences aren’t dire...

Wall Street Is Late To The Party

In 1999, after 34 years in business, Berkshire had a market capitalization that positioned it as the 74th largest American company. Yet it had no Wall Street research coverage. Stock analysts largely ignored Buffet’s masterpiece. Was it an investment company or a bona...

Get Real About Your Money

Money touches virtually every primal emotion inside us. It inspires fear, greed, anger, love, envy and frustration. Why do we get so darn emotional about money? Why does making it, spending it, losing it, borrowing it, lending it, handling it, gambling it and...