Tom Goodwin, PhD
On New Year’s Day I decided to start out the year by cooking for friends and family, something I have rarely done since moving to New York. The main dish was an Ethiopian beef stew, which is very spicy and is served with couscous. No one would confuse it with an ordinary beef stew. And yet the nutritional ingredients of both stews are very similar. That got me to thinking about factors and fundamental indexes. (I know, get a life.) Stay with me though, because there is a striking parallel.