Brian Gongol Show on WHO Radio - May 24, 2015
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Let the pay come back down to Earth
I'm getting the impression that people may be starting to see just how far out of whack pay for some of the top-tier college football coaches (and some administrators) has gotten. Not a moment too soon. Perspective and context matter.
The economy as we know it
What you should know about the economy right now
Five reasons car-sharing is never going to make it mainstream
- Pride of ownership
- Pickup trucks
- Surge demand
Money as a depreciating asset
Money is a depreciating asset...if it sits around, it tends to lose buying power to inflation. The returns to money can only really be captured when employed in large chunks, so you have to balance sitting on enough dry powder to get what you really want with the deterioration of the asset. 25% to 35% dry powder is probably enough.
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