20190117 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.



Can More Information Lead to Worse Investment Decisions? (Behavioural Investment)

Working Hard Is Bad For Investors (Dan Solin)

Crowded Cities Short on Housing Are Looking to Turn Water Into Land: Hong Kong and Copenhagen are building artificial islands for new communities. But too many projects ignore environmental costs. (Slate)
Genes, Environment, and Luck: What We Can and Cannot Control (Quillette)

Sunscreen the New Margarine? Current guidelines for sun exposure are unhealthy and unscientific, controversial new research suggests—and quite possibly even racist. How did we get it so wrong? (Outside)
Nudges, long aimed at saving behavior, are needed for people converting a nest egg into Retirement Income (UCLA Anderson Review)
“2019 will be the year of the stock-picker” – and other nonsense to ignore (Moneyweek)

Do Economic Booms Die of Old Age? (Bloomberg Businessweek)

Nike’s New Self-Lacing Basketball Shoe Is Actually Smart (Wired)
​Happy investing,

The team at TAMIM



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