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As a friendly suggestion, if you would either provide text with most of the content along with the podcast itself or post an article summarizing the podcast some time later, that would be helpful to many of your readers. People have different styles of being able to absorb information... Some can remember everything they hear…
You've done an interesting analysis. But I think there are a couple factors that may be material in explaining some of the results that you see that I am not sure you considered. I do a lot of financial analysis professionally, so this is my "thing"... Please bear with me. First, the effects of currency…
 
A good column and timely advice. I could definitely use a voyage outside my comfort zone as I got entirely too comfortable (about 10 pounds worth of comfort) during the winter. I just took up skiing three weeks ago at age 55. I grew up in California, hours from the nearest ski resort and my…
Related: a few months ago, Whenever I buy or sell a used bike, I negotiate payment by cashier's check. That way, the seller knows the check is good and the buyer has a trail to find the seller again if there's a problem, in the case the bike turns up to have been stolen. I…
It would be interesting to see if "dpb1997" replies, but there are a couple potential explanations. 1) The sales are executed in a market where there is less information about "true prices." eBay is what we Wall Street types call a "liquid" market -- there's enough sales that you can get good data about the…
You've done a really solid job at finding and analyzing this sort of data. I'm a financial analyst specializing in evaluating companies for investment, and we're constantly doing little studies like this to try to find new data showing how companies we're considering investing in are doing in the markets they serve. So I know…
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