Worth Magazine

Anthropocene, Explained

Untangling Science from Spin By Garvin JabuschAn edited version of this article was published by Worth The use of the term “Anthropocene” [...]

Share Repurchase Programs Threaten Market Collapse

Stock buybacks work when fundamentals don't matter An edited version of this blog was originally published by Worthby Garvin Jabusch Stock buybacks, [...]

Marching Towards a 4C Fail

By Garvin JabuschAn edited version of this article was published by Worth First, let's be clear about something: the 1951-1980 average global temperature [...]

What Happens to the Economy as Our Cognitive Capabilities Expand? ~ Worth

New breakthroughs in artificial general intelligence give us hints about its potential to solve problems human minds never could. So what does that mean for [...]

Is Index Investing Truly Passive, or Actively Harmful? ~ Worth

Part one of a two-part series on why index funds help prop up an obsolete economy, and where you should be investing instead. Originally published by [...]

The (Unintended) Darker Side of John Bogle’s Legacy ~ Worth & Financial Times

The industry titan changed the way millions of people invest, but indexing has greater implications now than it did 50 years ago. Published in Worth [...]

Economic Empires of the Past & the Fight for the Future ~ Worth

Presidents Putin and Trump are preoccupied with the empires of the past, when they really should be looking to the future. Originally published as [...]

Inequality as Systemic Risk ~ Worth

A problem as ingrained as systemic inequality needs to be confronted at all angles. Part one of a two-part series on how the U.S. can begin to do that and the [...]

Information Asymmetry & How to Use It: The Climate Case ~ Worth

Originally published by Worth By Garvin Jabusch and Arina Abbott The theory of efficient markets says that all stock prices are perpetually accurate, [...]

Green Alpha’s Annual Stakeholder Letter & 2018 Outlook

Dear Green Alpha Clients & Stakeholders, Welcome to our review of the Next Economy in 2017, and thoughts about 2018 and beyond. In 2017, markets held up [...]