Interesting (apparent) fact of the day: "Today, there are approximately 1.6 million Japanese-Brazilians living in São Paulo, making it the largest concentration of individuals of Japanese descent outside of Japan."
Research paper finds that very sophisticated investors know a lot about when to buy, but don't know anywhere near as much about when to sell.
One way to deal with that is Buffett's: pick a stock good enough that you expect never to sell it.
From 2016 data: assets, $3.47 trillion; liabilities, $22.76 trillion.
"Man in Hole," "Boy Meets Girl," and six others.
Interesting speculation. And consistent with my experience: as a group, my Indian students were among the very best I taught.
FYI. (9-minute video.)
Economists rank ninth.
Another endorsement of DEET as effective against mosquitos, but this piece proposes a new addition to the arsenal that I hadn't heard of: Bite Blocker.
Short answer: it would ruin your whole day. But the experts--let's hope they're right this time--think it's not likely any time soon.
Interesting. But might make you a little nervous driving over bridges. (13 minute video.)