Counsuelo Mack from Wealthtrack spoke with Joel Greenblatt. How do you prevent investors from buying and selling at the wrong time? Financial innovator and successful value investor, Gotham Funds’ Joel Greenblatt explains his new hybrid approach combining indexing and his active long/short strategies:
John Malone talks with CNBC
John Malone spoke this week with CNBC and gave his views on the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner, furthermore he talks about Disney, Netflix and more:
We are only two days away from an historic US Presidential election, the outcome of which is sure to spark a lot of strong emotions. Regardless of who you think should win, it is important to remain respectful and to pause for a moment and be thankful for the fact that, as an United States citizen, you are able to freely express your views and vote. The first link this week is to an article written on medium by César A. Hidalgo MIT Associate Professor of Media, Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab and the author of Why Information Grows: The evolution of order from atoms to economies. In his article he writes about his experience of using a visualisation tool to view the Wikileaks emails linked to Hillary Clinton and sharing it with the public.
Buffett Talks His Early Career in Finance and Advice for Investors on ‘The David Rubenstein Show’
Another video from The David Rubenstein Show this week an interview with legendary investor Warren Buffett:
Before the Flood – Full Movie | National Geographic:
With 11M views in a week’s time, National Geographic’s documentary featuring Leonardo DiCaprio as he explores the topic of Climate Chance.
Deep Work rules for Focus Success in a Distracted World:
Focused work for a set amount of time without distraction is something that few people are able to do. I, for one, struggle with doing sufficient ‘deep work’, and in today’s society we have an unlimited amount of distraction from the internet. A lot of people have the habit of routinely check the news, or their Facebook/Twitter accounts, without even realizing what they are looking for or reading.Dr.Cal Newport works 8 hours a day and gets a lot more done than you or me…In his book Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World he explains what it means to do Deep work.
Looking for a summary of the book? Brian Johnson made a 20 Min video:
A video heavy amount of content, from Elon Musk unveiling Tesla’s solar panels, the rule of 72 and why it’s so important, The Economist on Japan’s second city Osaka and a video discussing Caesar and his campaign in Gaul (58 B.C.E.). The first link is an article by Share Parish (Farnam Street blog) on why it’s hard to create new habits.
The Broccoli Point: Why Creating Habits Is Hard
‘Read the below with this caveat in mind: Constant learning and self-improvement can and must be done for great life results.’
Elon Musk unveils his vision on the future of solar panels:
Video from The Economist, Osaka: sushi, tattoos, and a flourishing nightlife:
Japan’s second city has become the country’s fastest growing tourist hotspot. Famed for its food, Osaka stands apart from other cities in Japan. A sushi chef, a poet and a tattoo artist show us why their city is the top choice for the culturally curious visitor in the latest episode of our Passport travel series.
Historia Civilis submitted a new video this week:Caesar vc Ariovistus (58 B.C.E.)
Mohnish Pabrai launched this week his own website/blog: Know 72
Why Know 72? This video explains the easy but oh so important concept of understanding the rule of 72:
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The David Rubenstein Show: Bill Gates “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations” explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business. Renowned financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein travels the country talking to leaders to uncover their stories and their path to success. The first episode features Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. (Source: Bloomberg)
Great Video from Numberphile where Tadashi explores a special set of dice… And has a powerful lesson.
Seeking Wisdom, one of my favourite value investing blogs, the most recent blog post was about the book ‘Thinking fast and Slow’ and why he started rereading the book after only reading 1/4 of the book the first time in 2012 and again in 2013: