Monday, October 29, 2018


"If you really think you’re in with people that have got a good business, but they’re going to keep doing dumb things with your money, you’ll probably do better to get out and get in with people who’ve got a good business and you think they’re going to do sensible things with it.... As a matter of investment technique, and maybe as a matter of...avoiding stress in your life...I would say that it’s better to be in with a management you’re simpatico with, than simply to be in a great business with a management that’s bent on doing things that don’t make much sense to you." --Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett’s Firm Invests Millions in Fintech ($) (LINK)

What Investors Can Learn From Gamblers - by Jason Zweig ($) (LINK)

Notes From Capitalize For Kids Conference 2018 (LINK)

An October Surprise? Making Sense of the Market Mayhem! - by Aswath Damodaran (LINK)

IBM’s Old Playbook - by Ben Thompson (LINK)

Creating Surplus - by Fred Wilson (LINK)

Expedia CEO Insists That Online Travel Agencies Aren’t Over (LINK) [There are also a bunch of videos from the Skift Global Forum on YouTube for those interested.]

Execution is Everything - by Tren Griffin (LINK)
Related book: Measure What Matters
Deep Throat blog: The Most Disturbing Statement... (LINK)

The Surprising Power of The Long Game (LINK)

Martin Short’s Nine Categories for Self Evaluation - by Ben Carlson (LINK)

Everything You Wear Is Athleisure - by Derek Thompson (LINK)
Yoga pants, tennis shoes, and the 100-year history of how sports changed the way Americans dress
Grant’s Current Yield Podcast: Tomorrow’s sales today (LINK)

Alex Honnold talks to Joe Rogan (podcast) (LINK)

TED Talk: How will we survive when the population hits 10 billion? | Charles C. Mann (LINK)