20191031 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.



Why Frontier Markets Hold Promise, with an Asterisk: Political unrest still can upend otherwise impressive growth. (CIO)

The U.S. Only Pretends to Have Free Markets (The Atlantic)

Different Kinds of Stupid (Collaborative Fund)

Unknown Unknowns: The Problem of Hypocognition: We wander about the unknown terrains of life, complacent about what we know and oblivious to what we miss. (Scientific American)

Diaper rush: conquering a $9 billion market no one wants to talk about (Reuters)

How the baby boomers broke America (Politico)

The Death of Cars Was Greatly Exaggerated (Wired)

The Planet Hunting Machine: taking the lonely search for habitable planets and automating it. (Alta)

The Lines of Code That Changed Everything: Apollo 11, the JPEG, the first pop-up ad, and 33 other bits of software that have transformed our world. (Slate)

50 Companies to Watch in 2020 (Businessweek)
​Happy investing,

The team at TAMIM

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