Consumption basket

Here’s what kept me in a default consumptive state this week! πŸ“ˆ πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Articles:

  1. “In life and investing alike, confirmation bias is often the difference betweenΒ sounding smartΒ andΒ being right. And sometimes something much, much worse.” – How can the rational human stay connected to the world not like him?

  2. “The reason why investment trusts get involved in these private companies and assets is because there is no other suitable vehicle to access these exciting asset classes” – Investment trusts as an exposure to private markets

  3. “And, taking a simple linear model and applying it to current emissions, we need to eliminate around 1.5 billion metric tons of emissions globally each year” – The coming of a carbon credit short squeeze

  4. “There are too many services chasing too few dollars.” – Not a whole lot of new subs are joining streaming services

Podcasts:

Understanding the business of music from the past and looking ahead at how it is changing.

Universal Music Group: The Gatekeepers of Music – [Business Breakdowns, EP. 32]

Books:

The World for Sale: The story of global commodities and the traders who barter earth’s resources

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Have a great week.

The Atomic Investor

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