The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Dark Roast coffee, grab a seat by the fire, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads:
• Origins of Greed and Fear (Collaborative Fund)
• Sunken Treasures: A great deal of investing comes down to a process of identifying innovators, scrutinizing imitators, and screening out idiots. (Medium)
• Stealing from the dead: Forged deeds, a bogus title company, counterfeit notary stamps (Inquirer
• The Futility of Market Timing (Albert Bridge Capital))
• Gone in a Generation: Across America, climate change is already disrupting lives. (WaPo)
• How an Olympic Hopeful Robbed 26 Banks on His Bike (Chicago Magazine)
• ‘Karma’: Inside the hack used by the UAE to break into iPhones of foes (Reuters)
• Nothing Before Us: Weighing the case for progress in an age of anxiety (The Baffler) see also Time for Happiness (Harvard Business Review)
• Into the dark: The inside story of an improbable team of divers, a near-impossible plan and the rescue of 12 boys from a Thai cave (Maclean’s)
• The Hunt for Planet Nine What will it take to find the biggest missing object in our solar system? (Longreads)
The talking points changed, not the job growth trend.
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