Welcome to The Journal. My goal with The Journal is to post once a week a list of everything that I found interesting from investing, design, architecture, and much more. Here is what I found interesting this week:
Inside Amazon Go, a Store of the Future By Nick Wingfield – The New York Times
How Warren Buffett’s billionaire deputy became an “expert-generalist” By Michael Simmons – Quartz
How to invest like… Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s right-hand man By
Will millennials kill Costco? – The Washington Post
917 Top Poster – INK Plainbody Car Prints
Remember House – ELA
Impatia Ping Pong Table – Uncarte
The Rig That Transforms Into ANY Car: The Mill BLACKBIRD – Top Gear Magazine – 4 min
Bill Gates & Steven Pinker Discuss Enlightenment Now – 3 min
Burger King | Whopper Neutrality – 3 min
TIP175: Shane Parrish – On Buffett, Dalio, and Reading (Business Podcast) – 47 min
On this day in 1958: the Lego brick is patented pic.twitter.com/XywJ6zUYDy
— Jon Erlichman (@JonErlichman) January 28, 2018
S&P 500 and S&P 500 equal-weight over the last two years.
It’s not just the giant names leading stocks higher. pic.twitter.com/iHxcxM7MG5
— Michael Batnick (@michaelbatnick) January 24, 2018
You can poke a hole in this jacket and it’ll repair itself pic.twitter.com/gTmZ1guyzT
— Tech Insider (@techinsider) January 22, 2018
I watched this week Netflix new series Dirty Money. It’s a Netflix Original Documentary Series exposing the greed, corruption, and crime spreading through our global economy. I found the series fascinating especially the episode about Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Donald Trump and HSBC. It’s probably one of the best documentaries I watched in the past few years.
The Warren Buffet series
I am a big fan of Warren Buffet and a big fan of Infographic, and this is the best of both worlds.
Thanks for reading, see you next week!
Disclaimer I own shares of Netflix and Restaurant Brands International Inc (Burger King parent organization).