Monday, January 20, 2020


"Put yourself in situations where favorable consequences are much larger than unfavorable ones.... Indeed, the notion of asymmetric outcomes is the central idea of this book: I will never get to know the unknown since, by definition, it is unknown. However, I can always guess how it might affect me, and I should base my decisions around that." --Nassim Taleb, "The Black Swan"

Robert Vinall's Annual Q&A (video) (LINK)

What qualities do Endowments and Family Offices look for in young managers? A panel (video) (LINK) [More related videos, HERE.]

Intuitive Surgical – The Journey of the $70 billion Robotic Surgery Giant - by Ian Cassel (LINK)

Cash, Plastic or Hand? Amazon Envisions Paying With a Wave ($) (LINK)

DoubleLine Round Table [incl. Steven Romick] (videos) (Segment 1 [Macro], Segment 2 [Markets])

The Acquirers Podcast: Supermugatu: Tyro’s Dan McMurtrie (LINK)

The McKinsey Podcast: The future of air travel (LINK)

The Inner Game of Tennis: Why Trying Too Hard Can Be Counterproductive (LINK)

Why You Should Quit the News - by Mark Manson (LINK)
Related previous links: 1) Avoid News: Towards a Healthy News Diet - By Rolf Dobelli; 2) Dylan Grice Explains Why Reading The News Won't Help You; 3) Lose the News - by Chris Mayer