Unless they can demonstrate higher returns or lower risk or both--and they probably can't--they should reduce that spending by a lot.
"The first myth is that the hormone cortisol causes stress."
Senator McConnell’s success in getting Neil Gorsuch confirmed to the Supreme Court is a reminder that there’s no limit to what can be accomplished in Washington if conservatives don’t waste their time worrying about what the liberal press says about them.
"This is one of the most devastating reports we've seen for the future of Wall Street stock pickers"
As always, caveat emptor.
Over the 15-year period ending Dec. 2016, 92.15% of large-cap, 95.4% of mid-cap, and 93.21% of small-cap managers trailed their respective benchmarks.
One of the many activities of the Left that irritate me is they work around the clock to extend Federal largess to any life form with a pulse, without limits or sense, and then they have the nerve to complain about which people receive that largesse. This is an effective answer to one version of that complaint.
I don't trust most surveys, but maybe, just maybe, this one points to an interesting conclusion: what outrages a small group of noisy people doesn't bother most.
"Since analytical instruments are able to pick up increasingly smaller concentrations, many crops have detectable residues yet no significant risk."
A recent report states that the Ivy League schools "pulled down a total of $41.59 billion in taxpayer-funded payments and benefits from 2010 through 2015". As Glenn Reynolds as argued for a while, if people really cared about inequality, they'd campaign to reduce the Ivy League's funding from the government.
But I won't hold my breath.
Sounds very cool. Get it to market, stat!
I was aware that there are sharp criticisms of John Rawls's famed "Veil of Ignorance" thought experiment, but I didn't pay any attention: I have no patience for government design relying on abstractions rather than history. But Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry's piece is terrific fun to read. In a few hundred words he utterly eviscerates the use the Left has made of the idea.