Hello Fellow Listeners,
It’s been a busy month with the book launch, new website, Crypto for Institutions mini-series, and new design for Capital Allocators Monthly.
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*(Ordered by reading time: tweets first, books last, and blog posts and articles in between)
|“No one enjoys being wrong, but I do enjoy having been wrong, because it means I am now less wrong than I was before.” – Daniel Kahneman|
|1. NFTs and a Thousand True Fans, Chris Dixon. Chris is back to writing!. He shares his gift (in addition to investing) of describing the blockchain ecosystem in easily understandable analogies this time around with NFTs.|
2. ESG Benchmarking, Sarah Willamson. Now that the investment world is paying attention to sustainability, the next step is to measure impact. Sarah describes some issues and suggestions on financial and non-financial disclosure for companies.
3. Asking Better Questions, Scott Ginsburg. Following on the Interviewing chapter in Capital Allocators, Scott offers a list of valuable “How” and “What” started questions to get the ball rolling.
4. Lessons in Entrepreneurship, Polina Marinova Pompliano. Polina left Fortune a year ago to focus on writing The Profile, a fantastic read profiling successful people and companies. Here she shares what she learned in her first 90 days on her own.
5. Private Equity in 2021. PWC lays the landscape for the challenges in opportunities in private equity this year
EP.179: Alex Shahidi and Damien Bisserier – Uncorrelated Return and Balanced Risk at Evoke-ARIS
EP.184: Ted with Patrick O’Shaughnessy – Lessons from the World’s Elite Money Managers
EP.185: Ted with Jenny Heller – Compounding Knowledge and Relationships
Crypto for Institutions Mini-Series
EP.180: Eric Peters – The Macro Case for Bitcoin
EP.181: Michael Sonnenshein – A Path to Entry
EP.182: Seth Ginns – Investing Beyond Bitcoin
EP.183: Ari Paul – Exploring Inefficiencies in Crypto Trading
Capital Allocators: The Book Tour
The Pomp Podcast with Anthony Pompliano. Pomp and I discuss the Yale Investments Office, ESG, Diversity and Inclusion, and crypto.
Bloomberg Radio with Carol Massar and I discuss philosophies and insight from Chief Investment Officers.
Morningstar: The Long View with Christine Benz and Jeff Ptak. We discuss the new book, the various guests he has interviewed, and the reason why he shared his portfolio with the world.
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