20181220 Tamim Investment Reading List


The TAMIM team is always diligently researching, reading and scouring the internet for information and ideas that will shape our investing future. We have decided to compile our list of favourite reads together here each week for your convenience and hopefully education – enjoy the reads and various views.



Prediction vs. Preparation (A Wealth of Common Sense)
$14,889,930,106,680: How much companies listed on the world’s stock markets have lost in value since peaking on Jan 28 2018 (Bloomberg)

How Generation X Ruined the World: They taught Millennials that self-obsession is the highest mark of cultural capital (Vice)
The Oil Industry’s Covert Campaign to Rewrite American Car Emissions Rules (New York Times)

Economics: The Discipline That Refuses to Change. Behavioral economics upended the idea that humans act solely in their rational self-interest. So why do most undergrads barely learn anything about the field? (The Atlantic)

The best doesn’t exist. A psychologist explains why we can’t stop searching. (Vox)
The ‘Global Cybercrime Problem’ Is Actually the ‘Russia Problem’ (The Atlantic)
Preparing for Discovery With NASA’s Parker Solar Probe (NASA)

Fire, Floods and Famine: The Pessimist’s Guide to 2019 (Bloomberg)
​Happy investing,

The team at TAMIM

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