Mawer’s autumn reads 2020
The onset of autumn means ‘tis time for some recommended reads.
(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.
The enemy is us: Mitigating confirmation bias
Back in March, as physical distancing practices were being implemented globally, I was bemused by contrasting provocatively titled articles published within a day of one another.
(Not) boring finds for May 2020
A podcast about decision-making theory, a global fiscal policy tracker, a blog about market assumptions, and an infinite monkey theorem experiment. The ideas springs have sprung.
Mawer Market Update—March 20, 2020
Over the last week, the world has seen a continued increase in COVID-19 cases and, consequently, a greater effort to contain the virus.
Market Update – March 13, 2020
Throughout the week, governments around the world have continued to take more significant measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Market Update – March 10, 2020
Considering the significant market volatility resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as the plunge in oil prices reflecting Saudi Arabia’s decision to accelerate output, we wanted to provide you with an update on Mawer’s strategy in this challenging environment.