Category "(Not) Boring Links"
(Not) boring finds for this week – September 5, 2018
A reminder to focus on the long-term; a look at growing corporate debt levels; a helpful explanation of stock buy backs, and a tip to improve the workplace. It’s been an illuminating week.
(Not) boring finds for this week – August 1, 2018
This week we admired some exemplary examples of CEO annual letters; raised our eyebrows at the remarkable effects of trade wars; reaffirmed our belief that language matters; and despaired at nefarious online trading platforms.
(Not) boring finds for this week – June 27, 2018
Twenty ways to make mistakes with money, the history of monetary innovation, untangling misconceptions around interest rates, and the truth (data) about the creativity of pop songs. It was (not) a boring week!
(Not) boring finds for this week – May 30, 2018
On the docket this week is an in-depth study of the effects of high household debt; the harrowing developments in data mining for surveillance; a surprising perspective on Bangladesh’s economic state; and a podcast aimed to help you with better decision-making.
(Not) boring finds for this week – April 18, 2018
This week we consider how far-reaching the effects of trade tariffs could be; the potential similarities between bonds and stocks; why software businesses can be great investments; and, how much narratives can shape investing.
(Not) boring finds for this week – March 28, 2018
Will the love affair with private equity end the way of the 1849 Gold Rush (i.e., not well)? Just how large is Canada’s shadow economy? What is Jeremy Grantham’s battle plan for an overvalued U.S.
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