• Embrace the Madness  

    Looking to win your office’s March Madness pool this year? Nothing busts a bracket quicker than letting behavioral biases guide the selection process. Use our 10-step tip sheet to remove behavioral biases from your own picks and perhaps capitalize on the biases of others.

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

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

    “What’s even more extraordinary is that Tani, as he is known, learned chess only a bit more than a year ago. His play has skyrocketed month by month, and he now has seven trophies by his bed in the homeless shelter.

  • March Madness Bracket Strategy  

    Villanova over Georgetown in 1985, Bucknell over Kansas in 2005, and 16-seeded UMBC’s historic defeat over top-seeded Virginia last season…NCAA Tournament history is littered with unexpected upsets. It’s how March Madness got its name. If you’re trying to win a bracket challenge, we suggest you embrace the madness and call several upsets this year.

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

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

    “Luck intervenes by granting people merit, and again by furnishing circumstances in which merit can translate into success. This is not to deny the industry and talent of successful people. However, it does demonstrate that the link between merit and outcome is tenuous and indirect at best.

  • Is LeBron’s Consistency Undervalued?  

    Is LeBron’s Consistency Undervalued?

    March 06, 2019
    Brian Harvey & Aditya Bhave

    There are many parallels between sports and investing. Our recent blog raised the question as to whether LeBron James has lost focus since joining the Lakers and his comments about his team’s need to be more consistent. The blog raised some good questions about fund managers (e.g., do managers with historically good performance get a pass on future underperformance, etc.) and made us wonder if LeBron’s on-court performance has been consistent with year’s past.