Three Longs & Three Shorts

Nov 2019
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Published on 17 Nov, 2019

Manager of Managers

Perhaps the most troubling aspect of the rise of “wealth management” in India is the notion that the wealth manager...


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Published on 03 Nov, 2019

How Do You Like We Now

This epic takedown of WeWork will go down in the history of journalism as one of the defining pieces which captured the...


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Oct 2019
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Published on 20 Oct, 2019

From rags to richer

The Economist – normally a champion of full on free market capitalism – has a heart warming story regarding a...


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Published on 13 Oct, 2019

Is Amazon Unstoppable?

As we approach the next US presidential elections, the chorus against big corporate will only get louder. Hence, it is...


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Sep 2019
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Published on 01 Sep, 2019

The Red Queen of Investing

The author is yet another high-quality writer from the Ritholtz stable and he has produced a really interesting piece...


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Aug 2019
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Published on 25 Aug, 2019

Why Complexity Sells

For most physics students, the introduction of Richard Feynman’s lectures would have made learning a joyful adventure...


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Published on 25 Aug, 2019

Was e-mail a mistake?

Cal Newport begins by telling us for most of human history, messaging was synchronous by default i.e. in an office or a...


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Published on 07 Aug, 2019

The Stock-Buyback Swinde

This well written article says that American corporations are spending trillions of dollars to repurchase their own...


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