My easy like Sunday morning reads:
• D.E. Shaw Is a Quant King. Its Humans Are Losing Money (Wall Street Journal)
• We Only See a Version of the Truth (Belle Curve)
• Additional Insights into the Value Factor’s Inner Workings (O’Shaughnessy Asset Management)
• When Sales Isn’t Just Selling: Advice for Founders in Early Markets (Andreessen Horowitz)
• The Mystery of the Havana Syndrome (New Yorker)
• Appraiser Extraordinaire Jonathan Miller On The Importance Of Being Neutral And More (Forbes)
• Sean Hannity now claims to be a journalist. He should be judged as such. (Washington Post) see also Fox News Is Poisoning America. Rupert Murdoch and His Heirs Should Be Shunned. (The Intercept)
• The Time Bandits of Southern California (GQ)
• Party for one: why are so many of the greatest love songs about masturbation? (The Guardian) see also The Crisis of Intimacy in the Age of Digital Connectivity (Los Angeles Review of Books)
• The Story of Outlaw Country in 33 Songs (Pitchfork)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Ray Dalio, founder, co-chairman and co-chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates. Dalio’s new book on the history of financial crises, Big Debt Crises, was published this month.
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