25 May The weekend starts here...
“At the task-level, spending more time on something doesn’t always result in it being better.” An interesting article from Harvard Business Review on productivity in terms of impact. If you’re a perfectionist, this one’s for you. [4 min read]
‘Everything is normal’ is not a compelling headline [2 min read]
What happens in an internet minute? [Infographic]
“We all want long-term performance, but you have to survive the short-term to get there.” Do long-term investors need long-term bonds? [3 min read]
Quant fund manager and renowned author Jim O’Shaughnessy wrote a lovely piece this week. Why you should write letters to your children [4 min read]
“It’s really hard to put money at risk when everything feels like it’s falling apart.” Why “Buy Low and Sell High” is so Difficult to Implement [3 min read]
The weird, and dangerous, life of a saturation diver [10 min read]
How to get wealthy [3 min read]
People regularly post ‘chart crimes’ on Financial Twitter, the financial equivalent of ‘fake news’ perhaps. Here are 18 examples [5 min read]
This short video from ‘Hindsight Financial’ is hilarious [2.02 video]
And finally. I am both dreading and looking forward to Saturday’s Champions’ League Final. Liverpool FC don’t make it easy on their supporters’ nerves! If anyone had told me at the start of the season that we’d be in the final I’d have thought they were mad. Yet here we are.
Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s a good one.