Looking Back at 2013: Highlights From Larry Swedroe

 

 

 

 

What George Costanza Can Teach Us About Investing

Larry reflects on what happened after George Costanza ordered chicken salad on rye, untoasted

Don’t Put All Your Eggs in Warren Buffett’s Basket

Even if Warren Buffett is manning the omelet station, you should also get a waffle.

Book Review: The Power of Habit

Charles Duhigg’s 2012 book manages to educate and entertain at the same time.

What Building Towers Say About Future Stock Returns

Larry discusses what insights tower construction can provide.

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Larry Swedroe

Larry Swedroe is the Director of Research for Buckingham Strategic Wealth. He has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books and is regularly published on ETF.com and Advisor Perspectives. He has made appearances on national television shows airing on NBC, CNBC, CNN and Bloomberg Personal Finance. Larry holds an MBA in finance and investment from New York University, and a bachelor's degree in finance from Baruch College in New York.

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