5 min read · Sep 1st · Have you seen this chart? I have seen it many times. It comes from this Washington Post article, but it seems to go viral on Twitter about every 6 months or so. The implication of the chart seems t…
Looking at the exact same data (from the Fed Distributional Financial Accounts) from a different perspective gives us a much different picture of recent history.
In this version, Gen X is now richer (30% richer!) than Boomers were at the same age (late 40s). Millennials don’t yet have a year of overlap with Boomers, but they are tracking Gen X almost exactly.
2 min read · Sep 6th · Not many sectors of the economy can claim 2020 was a good year for them. The global pandemic and its resulting lockdowns led to desperate conditions topped only by the Great Depression. Official…
~11 min read · Aug 8th · *** Before we commence with the festivities, I wanted to thank everyone for helping my first book become a Wall Street Journal bestseller. To check it out, click here. *** George was late again. It…
Making hard things seem fun is a much better strategy than making hard things seem important.”
And that’s why every January 1st, 40% of people make New Year’s resolutions. The cynics will say, “Hey Barker, those resolutions usually fail.” And that’s true. A 2007 survey found 80% of them don’t last. But here’s the thing: that means 1 in 5 succeed.
Research shows the bigger the transition, the bigger the effect.
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