The Most Competitive Game

The Most Competitive Game

  • Weekly Reading Recommendations

    November 30, 2019 by

    What’s up, folks! After taking a few weeks off to work on a philanthropy event called Spin for Steven, I’m excited to be back to update the blog and add some new content. In addition to regular reading recommendations, I plan to start the podcast for TMCG and also write a few equity research reports.… Read more

  • I keep coming back to this

    October 21, 2019 by

    I saw this chart several months ago. It shows price changes over a 20-year period in various US Consumer Goods & Services, as well as the growth in Wages during that same time period. I can’t really put many of my observations into solid paragraphs, so I’ve listed a few bullet points of my thoughts… Read more

  • Weekly Reading . . . and a new podcast?

    October 21, 2019 by

    What’s up, folks. Exciting news for the blog before we get into regular business. Beginning next week, The Most Competitive Game will launch podcast episodes that correspond with weekly readings and a new flavor of blog posts where I dig into a company and provide my own research report. It should be similar to Seeking… Read more

  • What I’ve been reading this week

    October 11, 2019 by

    Is The Fed Managing Stock Market Sentiment? (The Irrelevant Investor) “There are plenty of investors who agree with Josh that the Fed’s real mandate is stable (stock) prices. I don’t know if I buy that, but even if Powell isn’t consciously taking the stock market into consideration when making decisions, is it possible that he… Read more

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