Consumption basket

Here’s what kept me in a default consumptive state this week! ๐Ÿ“ˆ ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป

Articles:

“Yet it was Treasurys, not equities, that ended up being the better bet.” On whether treasuries still have a place in long term portfolios.

“The plunge in genome sequencing costs in the last twenty years makes Moore’s Law look fairly sedate.” – On Moore’s low in costs of genetic sequencing and Illumina’s journey

“Itโ€™s also a textbook example of a โ€œsupply chainโ€ hack: a type of cyberattack where criminals target software vendors or IT services companies in order to infect their clients.” – On the latest supply chain hack and the growing importance of a new approach to cybersecurity

“Its SaaS aims to streamline immigration-related admin tasks like visa applications; work and residence permits and registration; as well as providing help with housing and banking in the destination country.” – A startup trying to solve one of the most complex problems out there

Podcasts:

What does Digital Transformation even mean? Cutting through the corporate jargon

Books:

The history of Baillie Gifford’s, one of the most successful investment firms in the UK – A Century of Investing . Baillie Gifford’s First 100 Years

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The Atomic Investor

1 Comment

  1. Croissant says:

    Genomic sequencing is the future of medicine!! Thanks for sharing this one

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