15 Feb The Weekend Starts Here...
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“If you invest in a hedge fund, look at what you could buy – for the fund manager” [Adam Grossman Image]
How you know when someone really loves you. Gets you thinking. [03:46 Podcast]
“The fact is that what made you rich is not necessarily going to keep you from becoming poor.” [Robert Lockie 4 min read]
If there’s a young adult in your life, forward this to them. They’ll thank you later. [3 min read]
“Consider for a moment what the market would be like if all of the angst-inducing declines, daily noise and emotional turmoil did not occur.” Market Volatility is a Feature not a Bug [Barry Ritholtz 4 min read]
“Why are there no star fund managers under the age of 60?” [Georgie Loxton 4 min read]
From short life rules to short money rules [Morgan Housel 3 min read]
How to wreck a (public) pension fund in 3 easy steps [Ben Carlson 4 min read]
“It seems to us that most funds’ fees are too high, most so-called investors’ time-horizons are too short, and most firms operate with their eyes focused inwardly on their own interests rather than outwardly on their clients’.” It’s not often that you read a piece by an active fund management house saying that active fund managers are charging too much (and that investors should predominantly use low cost index funds!). [Tom Coutts 5 min read]
“People come to us and tell us what they want (or what they think they want) and it’s our job to show them what they actually need instead.” There’s a lot of discussion in the wealth management space about how we should be paid. I thought this piece was an interesting take on the subject [Josh Brown 5 min read]
“If rock groups are businesses, businesses are getting more like rock bands.” An interesting look at how rock bands mirror business strategies (or vice versa) [5 min read]
And finally. I hope your Valentine’s Day wasn’t marred by one of these [4 min read]
Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s a good one.