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Assuming You’re Inexplicably Inclined To Waste Time Picking Stocks, Here Are Some Ideas From Goldman

But let's just say, for argument's sake, that you're interested in wasting your time trying to pick stocks or otherwise find some alpha. Why you would do that is completely beyond me because when benchmarks are rising 30% every year and you can replicate those benchmarks for 10bps, it seems like you'd be a (greater) fool to waste time picking stocks when you could be golfing or doing whatever it is you prefer to do during your version of "Executive Time."

But let's just say, for argument's sake, that you're interested in wasting your time trying to pick stocks or otherwise find some alpha. Why you would do that is completely beyond me because when benchmarks are rising 30% every year and you can replicate those benchmarks for 10bps, it seems like you'd be a (greater) fool to waste time picking stocks when you could be golfing or doing whatever it is you prefer to do during your version of "Executive Time."
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3 comments on “Assuming You’re Inexplicably Inclined To Waste Time Picking Stocks, Here Are Some Ideas From Goldman

  1. Better to be a stock picker than a nose picker

  2. > citing potential for lower-income consumers to use the additional cash from reduced income taxes to pay down debt.

    Honey, we are going to use that $75 to pay of the mortgage!! Did these idiots read the law?

  3. Even ignoring the fact that Wells Fargo (like everything else) is overvalued, I wouldn’t buy that POS corrupt bank with your money.

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