I do the vast majority of my reading in the early mornings, when it’s quiet and peaceful.  It’s a great way to ease myself into the working day.  Throughout this month I’ve watched the sunrise arrive just ever so slightly later each day and now...

This week’s blog – Can’t buy me love….  [1-2 min read] Based on a report by PwC, this infographic on the economic impact of AI is an interesting read [3 min read] You are what you read.  I read ‘The Shallows’ this week (more on that in August’s book review), and this article...

This week’s blog  [4 min read] Next, a podcast from Freakonomics Radio.  Yes, it’s 48 minutes long, but with contributions from Eugene Fama, Ken French and Jack Bogle (amongst others), it’s an entertaining and informative 48 minutes. John Maynard Keynes on investing as a beauty contest.  [3 min read] The world’s...

July was the month for autobiographies.  I’m fascinated by other peoples’ lives and how they got to where they are and even after this month’s binge I still have a stack of autobiographies and biographies waiting to be read. Here’s a selection of my best reads...

My June book review is up on the blog  [4 min read] What did Sir John Templeton really mean when he said four of the most dangerous words in investing were ‘This time it’s different’? [3 min read] The most important requirement for a successful investment experience? Know thyself [2 min read] The future...

From a reading perspective, June was a month which contained some unexpected surprises. That’s one of the things I love about reading, you don’t always know what you’re going to get.* The Boys in the Boat – Daniel James Brown This book was recommended to me by...