• Must Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    There is no need to check your portfolio on a daily basis: Access and control are optically wonderful developments for investors, but almost certainly come with significant behavioural costs. They allow us to react to the random, noisy movements of our investments and exhibit our most destructive behavioural tendencies.”

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    “Sequence of return risk in the markets is completely out of your control. So is the year in which you were born, which is why luck often plays a larger role in people’s financial outcomes than most are willing to admit. But you do control your savings rate and how much money you spend on discretionary items.”

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    These companies are unavoidable because they control internet infrastructure, online commerce, and information flows. Many of them specialize in tracking you around the web, whether you use their products or not. These companies started out selling books, offering search results, or showcasing college hotties, but they have expanded enormously and now touch almost every online interaction.”

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    “Much of DeepMind’s work with AlphaGo lay in constructing a reward function compatible with such a complex game. Unfortunately, the real world doesn’t offer simple rewards. Progress is rarely measured by single scores.”

  • Must Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    The average time to recession in the modern era is 58 months—and we are now at 117 months, or more than double the average. The time is right.