Wednesday, September 26, 2018


"There can't be a rule that always works.... These things cannot be reduced to a rule. The market operates so as to confound rule makers.... It all comes down to judgment. If we're going to have superior investment performance we have to have superior judgment. You can work on your processes, both intellectually and emotionally, but superior judgment isn't something you can order up. And not everybody can necessarily attain it. I think that one of the most important things is to dismiss the concept of a process or rule that always works in the absence of superior judgment." --Howard Marks

Howard Marks on The Tim Ferriss Show — How to Master Market Cycles (LINK)
Related book: Mastering the Market Cycle
Gorilla Games ( Q3 2018 Update on What Amazon Means for the Rest of Us (LINK)

One Day [Working] at Amazon: In The Belly Of The Beautiful Beast - By Mills Snell ( (LINK)

Instagram’s CEO - by Ben Thompson (LINK)

Sanjay Bakshi: Excerpts from “The Character of Physical Law” by Richard Feynman (LINK)

Geoffrey Miller on The Joe Rogan Experience (podcast) (LINK)
Geoffrey Miller is an evolutionary psychologist, serving as an associate professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico and known for his expertise in sexual selection in human evolution.
Book of the day: Gandhi: The Years That Changed the World, 1914-1948