(Not) boring finds for this week – June 27, 2018

June 27, 2018 | Mawer Print

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!


Collaborative Fund – The psychology of money

Anchored around two diverging stories about compounding wealth, Morgan Housel goes through the mental models that make up the every-day, psychological and emotional experience of handling money.


Project Syndicate – The old allure of new money

Still wonder about cryptocurrencies? Robert J. Shiller gives us a great history lesson by bringing attention to the common thread between all of the monetary innovations of the past.

(And no worries—“practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work.”)


A Wealth of Common Sense – 3 misconceptions about interest rates

You too might be hearing about rising interest rates. Ben Carlson illuminates some common misconceptions within the current interest rate context. 


The Pudding – The musical diversity of pop songs

Just some data behind what we have always suspected may be happening to create those Top 40 hits.


Comments

  • John Hope 28/06/2018 8:51am (3 months ago)

    Is the best way to obtain reprints of The Psychology of Money to contact Morgan Housel directly or is there a facility for this with Mawer.

    • Mawer 05/07/2018 2:31pm (3 months ago)

      Hi John,

      Your best bet would be to contact Morgan Housel directly.

Join the Discussion

Stay Curious

Subscribe to receive our latest insights and quarterly updates.


Popular Posts

Playing the plan: Mawer’s Canadian equity portfolio | Vijay Viswanathan | EP13

Canadian lifecos: More than just insurance

Investing with your eyes: CIO insights from South America | Paul Moroz | Ep12

Process before proceeds

(Not) boring finds for this week – August 1, 2018


Categories

(Not) Boring Links

Business Models

Investment Approach

Mental Models

Risks

Stay curious

Subscribe to receive our latest insights and quarterly updates.