13 Oct The weekend starts here - interesting snippets from around the web
Recognising the difference between good advice and effective advice. He gets it spot on. [3 min read]
Asset allocation is really about understanding how to be “in the market” [2 min read]
I like the idea of this Library of Mistakes, but question whether it will be effective. As a race, we don’t have a great track record for learning from history. [2 min read]
“Active managers have given active management a bad name.” I thought this was a great debate, and I found much to agree with on both sides of the argument. [4 min read]
Continuing the behavioural theme, Richard Thaler was finally awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics this week. If you haven’t read any of his books and are at all interested in behavioural economics, I would recommend you do. [4 min read]
And finally. This last one made me laugh – a lot. If, like me, you are an introvert, or have one in the family, you will relate to this video (warning: some strong language). [4.27 min video]
Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s a good one.