Tag "Howard Marks"
(Not) boring finds for June 2020
Howard Marks sent a memo; Ray Dalio explained the last 500 years as they related to empires and reserve currencies; we learned a new word, “shoshin”; and scanned a lot of charts about U. S. advertising revenue trends.
(Not) boring finds for January 2020
We close the first month of 2020 by considering the WEF’s list of the top global economic risks (sorted by likelihood and potential extent of impact), Howard Mark’s framework for assessing investment decisions (game theory makes an appearance), what Houdini...
(Not) boring finds for August 2019
On the docket this August is another memo from Howard Marks; a guide on the recent yield curve inversion; Jim O’Shaughnessy on the challenges but potential upsides of active investing; and the reminder that investors have more of a time...
(Not) boring finds for March 2019
Our finds this month include insights into the future of ecommerce, why investing in good service can bolster a business model, Howard Marks on what an investor needs to succeed, and a nudge to laugh a bit more in the...
(Not) boring finds for January 2018
To kick off the new year we’ve started with some duly needed market apprehension from Howard Marks; a searing look into big tech; a more nuanced understanding of what motivates Russia; and were reminded how in this new era of...
(Not) boring finds for September 2015
Our team comes across hundreds of weird and wonderful reads in our daily research. Below are the handful that stood out for us this month.
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