Thursday, June 8, 2017


"In a world in which most investors appear interested in figuring out how to make money every second and chase the idea du jour, there's also something validating about the message that it's okay to do nothing and wait for opportunities to present themselves or to pay off. That's lonely and contrary a lot of the time, but reminding yourself that that's what it takes is quite helpful." -Seth Klarman

Seminars About Long-term Thinking -- Geoffrey B. West: The Universal Laws of Growth and Pace (audio) (LINK)
Related book: Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life in Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies 
How to Generate Stock Ideas: An Unusual Lesson from a 1939 Book (LINK)

Peer-to-Peer Live: David Rubenstein and Paul Singer (video) (LINK)

Elon Musk: The Man, the Myth, the Risk [WSJ $] (LINK)

Mike Rowe on Efficiency versus Effectiveness - by Cal Newport (LINK)

Tiny Jumping Spiders Can See the Moon - by Ed Yong (LINK)

Microbiologist and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins at the ASM Microbe 2017 keynote session. Moderated by Ed Yong. (video) (LINK)