10 Tuesday AM Reads

My Two-for-Tuesday morning train WFH reads:

• Five stages of Zoom (Om) see also Zoom fatigue: The reason video calls drain your energy (BBC)
• What I Love—and Hate—Most About Being an Entrepreneur (Wall Street Journal)
• Beyond Meat’s profit-driven pricing power (FT Alphaville) see also Skip the steak, buy the brisket: Consumers need to be flexible amid beef bottlenecks (Los Angeles Times)
• Virus-afflicted 2020 looks like 1918 despite science’s march (AP)
• Howard Marks on Uncertainty (Oaktree Capital) see also Revisiting the Uncertainty Trope (TBP)
• What Shakespeare Actually Wrote About the Plague (New Yorker)
• We Now Have the Worst Unemployment Rate Since the Great Depression (Slate) see also How to Create a Pandemic Depression (Krugman)
• Beautiful Short Film Looks Back at Empty NYC in Early Pandemic (Untapped New York)
• Why time feels so weird right now (Vox) see also Arrows of Time (Quanta Magazine)
• UFC Wants You to Watch Brawls, Not Its $5 Billion Lawsuit (Businessweek)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Jim Bianco, President and Macro Strategist at Bianco Research. Bianco was the first strategist who correctly identified how QE/ZIRP would impact equity prices.


This Chart Explains Why Reopening the Economy Is Still So Risky

Source: Slate


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