Notes-to-Self and possible future blog article ideas

Multifactor ETFs and and how the tech-driven market affects stuff...barron's 7-10-17 paper http://www.barrons.com/articles/multifactor-etfs-too-much-of-a-good-thing-1499491795 Rival bids (Warren Buffett, Whole Foods/Amazon) Shkreli Illinois Financial Status Fiduciary Rule and whether it actually protects clients of financial advisers Climate change and investing Investing in infrastructure Clues to the next financial crisis Goldman Sachs invested in Venezuela “hunger bonds”

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Original Final Version of Harvard Crimson Op-Ed titled “How Much Cash Do You Have in your Wallet?”

The Harvard Crimson changed around some of my phrasing, wording, and took out some of my arguments or made them vague and unclear. In some cases they don't make sense at all. So here I want to post the original version I submitted.   On Nov. 8, 2016, India’s Prime Minister Narenda Modi made an… Continue reading Original Final Version of Harvard Crimson Op-Ed titled “How Much Cash Do You Have in your Wallet?”

Check out my summer column (and first Op-Ed) in the Harvard Crimson!

My summer column ("Supplying Economics on Demand") writing comes out on alternate Wednesdays! My first article is about exploring the thought of moving towards a less cash (NOT cashless or cash-free) society in the wake of India's demonetization about 6-7 months ago in November of 2016. To clarify, less cash means still keeping cash of… Continue reading Check out my summer column (and first Op-Ed) in the Harvard Crimson!

Thoughts on India’s Demonetization and moving toward a less cash society: U.S.-India Differences To Keep in Mind.

Significant differences exist between India and U.S. One is that India was very cash-intensive before Modi’s announcement – 90 percent of people used predominantly or even exclusively cash and not many used bank accounts, which is essentially the opposite of the situation in the U.S. Another is that India is a developing economy while the… Continue reading Thoughts on India’s Demonetization and moving toward a less cash society: U.S.-India Differences To Keep in Mind.

Extended business cycle since the 2007-8 financial crisis

According to Business Insider, it seems that as people become wary of the business cycle falling into recession again (it's been 10 years since the 2007-8 financial crisis and most people feel these cycles on average turn at approximately 10-year intervals?), our wariness has actually caused the economic cycle to extend and delay falling into a… Continue reading Extended business cycle since the 2007-8 financial crisis