20200305 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.



A Misplaced Faith in the Power of Central Banks: Monetary policy tools are ill-suited and almost out of ammunition, but fiscal policy has plenty of firepower. (Wall Street Journal)

Epidemics Reveal the Truth About the Societies They Hit (The Atlantic)

Most Americans Point to Circumstances, Not Work Ethic, for Why People Are Rich or Poor (Pew Research Center)

Dems, Want to Defeat Trump? Form a Team of Rivals (New York Times)

Probability Neglect: The Cognitive Bias That Makes Us Panic About Coronavirus (Bloomberg)

Why Would the Government Lie About Aliens? (Slate)

Gates: How to respond to COVID-19 (Gates Notes)

Why Are Nonprofit Hospitals So Highly Profitable? (New York Times)

Wikipedia Is the Last Best Place on the Internet (Wired)

There’s an Entire Industry Dedicated to Making Foods Crispy, and It Is WILD (Bon Appetit)
Howard Marks’ The Memo: Nobody Knows II (Oaktree Capital)

​Happy investing,

The team at TAMIM



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