What do you make of this piece? http://isteve.blogspot.com/2009/11/jodys-hbd-magnum-opus.html
What I found of value is summarized in this quote: "the rule of 27. that is to say, almost all musicians, athletes, and math-based academics perform their best work at or around age 27, and then begin to decline until at about age 40, at which point they no longer produce any important work."
Has a lot to say for my children, nieces and nephews about not farting away their most creative years (and leaves a rather dismal outlook for myself at 53).
What do you think? I think investing is an old-man's game and most achieve the top of their game over 40. What other areas are there for the over 40 crowd where the verse "grow old with me, the best is yet to be" applies?