Consumption basket

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


“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


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


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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1 Comment

  1. Croissant says:

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


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