Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple. How big is too big such that consumers are being harmed by the growing dominance of digital platforms?
At the end of the day, the sunk cost fallacy is caused by pride, loss aversion, and irrational commitment to past decisions. The sunk cost fallacy makes us stupid. Don’t let it trick you.
Generally, an inverted yield curve signals a potential recession that will occur anywhere in the next 12 to 24 months. So is it time to panic?
There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch. Every economist will tell you this. Why? Opportunity costs!
From noticing someone across the bar also noticing you, to swiping left or right on Tinder, our generation for dating has completely changed from just a few decades ago. Swipe right on this article!
How often do you receive a gift during the holidays season and then realize that although you understand the gift
Apple’s logo has brainwashed us. Lebron’s shoes cost too much. And why the heck do I buy Advil over Ibuprofen? Brand value.
“A frictionless market is a theoretical trading environment where all costs and restraints associated with transactions are non-existent.”