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(Not) boring finds for July 2019
Piquing our interest this month: why companies seem to be undervalued in Japan; what to do in a falling stock market; how chess computers have developed over time; and some investing wisdom from Wall Street personal finance columnist, Jason Zweig.
(Not) boring finds for January 2018
How the laws of biology and financial ecosystems relate; digital tech takes way longer than we think to become mainstream; humans are creative at forecasting the future; and China is going cashless.
(Not) boring finds for 2017
Below are some of our favourite links from the year—from the inescapability of bias, to cracking cryptocurrencies, pondering the man vs. machine debate, and learning the art of asset allocation—we think it's a good gamut to send off 2017.
Life at railway speed: Lessons from the technology hype cycle
In 1845, Scottish poet and author, William Aytoun, published his satire, How we got up the Glenmutchkin Railway, and how we got out of it. His story focused on the railway stock frenzy that gripped Great Britain, with the aim...
(Not) boring finds for August 2017
This month we are inspired by Da Vinci on how to think creatively; a bit stunned by familiar objects that may go the way of the dodo; pondering about the potential of big data; appreciative of thoughtful investing podcasts; and...
(Not) boring finds for June 2017
Articles that made us pause and ponder this month.
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