Friday, January 18, 2019


"I do think that there’s a lot to be said for developing a temperament that can own securities without fretting. I think that the fretful disposition is an enemy of long-term performance." --Charlie Munger (2003)

"I think it’s almost do well in equities over a period of time if you go to bed every night thinking about the price of them. I mean, Charlie and I, we think about the value of them... Focusing on the price of a stock is dynamite, because it really means that you think that the stock market knows more than you do.... The stock market is there to serve you and not to instruct you." --Warren Buffett (2003)

Bill Gates: The Best Investment I’ve Ever Made (LINK)

In the Company of Greatness - by Frank K. Martin (LINK)

Billionaire Sam Zell Buys Gold for First Time in Bet on Tight Supply (LINK)

‘Bear Market’ Is an Arbitrary Label, but Using It Can Hurt - by Robert Shiller (LINK)

a16z Podcast: Pulse Check on Consumer Tech Trends 2019, CES and Beyond (LINK)

a16z Podcast: The Business of Cybercrime (LINK)

Five Good Questions: S4:E1 James Clear – Atomic Habits (LINK)

American Innovations Podcast: Bill Nye Wants to Save the World (LINK)

The Massive Mystery of Saturn’s Rings (LINK)

The Overlooked Organisms That Keep Challenging Our Assumptions About Life - by Ed Yong (LINK)