Monthly Archives: March 2019

Bull! – Maggie Mahar

Bull by Maggie Mahar is a long but easy read. The story is about the history of boom and bust from 1982-2004. The book is an excellent account of how the market swings and how these have played out in the periods before. There are a lot of incidences which the book covers, and as […]

From Barron’s – History Says Apple and Amazon Probably Won’t Be the Next Decade’s Best Stocks

Barron’s is one of the primary sources which gives me investing related information. It is central to my investing education. The snippet shared below is a quote from Louis-Vincent Gave of Gavekal in an article titled History Says Apple and Amazon Probably Won’t Be the Next Decade’s Best Stocks by Connor Smith which appeared on […]

Nancy Pennington and Reid Hastie, the academics who developed the theory, argue that trial jurors are more likely to be persuaded by evidence if it is presented in the order of a logical story [iv] than if the same evidence is shown in random order. What’s more, the story each individual develops around the evidence […]