Blog author: jballor
Thursday, July 28, 2005

Slate features an article by Henry Blodget, a former securities analyst, which examines the investments of Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts. In an analysis that has more than you would ever need to know about a person’s finances (and perhaps reads a bit too much into the investments), Blodget writes of Roberts, “His fortune is self-made, which suggests a bias toward self-reliance rather than entitlements and subsidies.” That sounds promising.

HT: Fast Company Now

  • Unlearned Hand

    Link: How To Invest Like a Supreme Court Justice – What John Roberts’ portfolio reveals about his character. By Henry Blodget. On the whole, Roberts’ investment choices suggest that his financial character is much like his legal one. In investing,