Thursday, July 27, 2017


"’s precisely when people can’t see what it is that could make things turn down that risk is highest, since they tend not to price in risks they can’t see." -Howard Marks 

Robert Shiller on CNBC (video) (LINK)

Wall Street Needs You to Borrow Against Your Stock ($) (LINK)

Goldman launches new online lending strategy for mass affluent (LINK)

Third Point's Q2 2017 letter (LINK)

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom podcast: William White on the Undesired Side Effects of Experimental Monetary Policy (LINK)

How I Built This podcat -- BuzzFeed: Jonah Peretti (LINK)

TED Talk -- The manipulative tricks tech companies use to capture your attention | Tristan Harris (LINK)

Freakonomics Radio (podcast): The Stupidest Thing You Can Do With Your Money (LINK)

Tell Me Something I Don't Know podcast -- Behavior Change: Ultra Egghead Edition (LINK)

The Tim Ferriss Show: How to Turn Failure into Success (LINK)

Revisionist History podcast: “State v. Johnson” (part one of a two-part story) (LINK)

Tardigrade genomes help explain how they survive without water (LINK)

Claude Shannon, the Las Vegas Shark (LINK)
Related book: A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age