The Stingy News Weekly (01/07/2017)
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Speculating on 2017
"As we head into the new year, it.s only natural to speculate about what it has in store for us. 2017 is shaping up to be an interesting one on many fronts, but my task today is to focus on the markets from the value investing point of view." [$]
Asset Mixer Update
We've updated our Asset Mixer to include nominal data for 2016.
Periodic Table Update
We've updated our periodic table of annual returns for Canadians to include nominal data for 2016.
Pick winning stocks for 2017
"We started 2016 with a friendly stock picking contest, which means that it's high time to look at the results - and to issue a new challenge for 2017."
Designing better decisions
"In this conversation, we explore everything from science fiction, automation, investor behavior and how Betterment tries to solve problems that goes beyond the automated asset allocation that is their bread and butter." [Behaviour]
Looking for the next Amazon
"This massive outperformance has led to an explosion in hindsight bias, with investors fooling themselves into believing Amazon's ascent was somehow obvious or inevitable. But the truth is this 38,000% return was handed to nobody, it was earned through enormous dedication. Actually, lunacy might be a better way to describe it, being that you had to be some sort of sociopath - void of any human emotions, to earn these monstrous gains." [Stocks]
Moats and podcasts
"Podcasts face the public good problem. Fortunately 'talking into a microphone' is similar to 'talking to a theater' and 'talking words onto a page,' two excludable services." [Media]
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