Do you want to be a millionaire? We thought so – and we figured you’re also interested in when that might happen. Put your numbers in this interactive millionaire calculator and see how long it’ll take! The Millionaire Math: When Will You Be a Millionaire? Do you have any idea when you’ll hit your retirement […]
You know we here at DQYDJ love to try to raise your hackles every once and a while, and there’s no surer way to offend a lot of people than talking about college. The last time we visited the land of student loans, we asked you if Arts and Psychology Majors should pay higher rates […]
We approached price controls from an economic standpoint on Monday… and today we’re going to follow up with the completely opposite side of the coin (as if you could be ‘completely’ opposite on a thin object…). That’s right – I’m going to make a moral case against price controls! What? Why? At some point in […]
Hey DQYDJ readers, remember that whole real estate bubble popping thing which started a few years ago? Now, there is plenty of blame for that little incident to go around, but one of the largest issues with the bubble and the ensuing collapse was the use of improper valuation techniques in securities related to real […]
When you own a website, sometimes you need to type out an article and lay out your lamentations about the decline of something in your culture. Usually, this coincides with hitting a certain age and believing “that wasn’t the case when I was a kid”. I don’t have any excuse like that; my cynicism is a reaction to a perfect storm of articles in recent days which, far from moving the Overton Window, broke the window and ripped out all the framing. Heck, it probably knocked down the wall.