“Always Read Something That Will Make You Look Good If You Die In The Middle Of It”
–- P.J. O’Rourke
On Friday mornings here at JBA, we have an all-staff meeting which we take turns hosting. Recently, it was my turn, and I chose to present a theme of ‘summer reading’ topics. With the dog days of summer now upon us, I’d like to share my preferences and highlight a number of business and/or investment-related publications that consistently provide unique and thoughtful insights into the world of business and global investing.
- Memos from Howard Marks – Howard Marks, Oaktree Capital
- GMO Commentary & Quarterly Letter – Jeremy Grantham, GMO
- The Telegraph, Business Opinion – Roger Bootle
- Economic & Market Commentary – Mark Kiesel, Pimco
- News & Views – Tim Price, Price Value Partners
- Marc to Market, Making Sense of Global Capital Markets – Marc Chandler
- Fuller Treacy Money Global Strategy Service – David Fuller & Eoin Treacy
Listed below are a few publications that are more general in nature and provide loads of entertainment into the world of art, travel, leisure, consumption and living.
- Monocle (Online or Print)
If I could choose one publication for a long plane or train ride, Monocle would be my first choice.
- FT Life & Arts (Online or Print)
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Written By Johnson Bixby