My Favorite Financial Content of 2017


2017 was another year of incredible content distribution across an ever growing number of platforms. Here is a list of just a few of the things I enjoyed most. If you have an addition please use the forum to add your own content.

  • My favorite financial book of 2017 – The Best Investment Writing, by a whole bunch of smart guys (and also me).
  • My favorite academic paper – Do Stocks Outperform Treasury Bills? Hendrik Bessembinder
  • My Favorite Bloomberg View piece – Some Market Myths Hurt Investors, Ben Carlson
  • My favorite piece about Bitcoin – An Open Letter to Jamie Dimon, Adam Ludwin
  • My Favorite Interview – A Conversation with David Swensen, CFR
  • My Favorite Investing Blog Post of the Year – Volatility May Feel More Painful Next Time Around, by Econompic
  • My Favorite Podcasts of the Year (Tie) – Masters In Business with Marc Andreessen & Masters in Business with Ed Thorp.  
  • My Favorite Podcast Series of the Year – Hash Power – A Documentary on Blockchains & Cryptocurrencies, by Patrick O’Shaughnessy
  • My Favorite Macroecon Research Piece – Demographics will reverse three multi-decade global trends, BIS
  • My favorite piece on comparison and decision making – How Well Do You Compare? by Michael Mauboussin
  • My Favorite Piece About Markets and Bubbles – The Reasonable Formation of Unreasonable Things, Morgan Housel
  • My Favorite Piece Written by Myself this year – What is Enough? 

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