Ok, this is a very rough work-in-progress! So bear with me here whilst new resources are added.

The following links are my favourite articles plus videos. All are sorted into general topics such as finance, behavioural, Tech etc. From there sorted down further into Videos and Articles. Everything recommended has been personally read and watched by myself, so there’s been no filling up the list for the sake of it.

Further below are some of my favourite people I read and learn from. Who they are, what they do, how to get their secret sauce.

Then its podcasts. Both favourite episodes and shows. Then newsletters, then booklists.

Without further ado, enjoy!

BEHAVIOURAL

Video

  • Charlie Munger – Psychology of Human Misjudgement: Truly an illuminating talk. I’ve downloaded this into an mp3 so I can listen to it on my phone when needed. Cliche but I feel everytime I listen to it I grasp something new from it.

Articles

INVESTING / ECONOMICS

Video

  • Ray Dalio – How The Economic Machine Works: The best economics 101 class I received, in only 30 minutes too! Especiially if you’re new to economics, I highly recommend this to get your head around the basics of how the economy works.
  • Asawath Damodaran – Valuation (Playlist) – The GOAT. Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at NYU, where he teaches corporate finance and equity valuation. So he knows what he’s talking about. Uploads tonnes of courses onto his YouTube channel and goes in depth on his blog Musings on Markets.
  • Martin Shrkeli – Introduction to Finance and Investing (playlist). Yes, yes the pharma bro. If you seperate the art from the artist, it’s pretty decent. I learnt a lot from it. From mad excel skills and financial modelling to his insights on Pharma and Biotech. Plus I’d rather learn from him than some geezer talking at 10 words per minute. May be better sources (link me if you find em), but few as entertaining.

TECHNOLOGY

Articles

MISC

For everything that doesn’t fit anywhere else.

Video

People

Some of my favourite people I love reading and learning from. Hopefully, you find them as interesting and useful as I have. There’s obviously plenty more people I’d love to have listed here, but they either don’t produce or not enough content to be worthwhile to list.

Howard Marks

No not Mr Nice, the famous drug smuggler. Famous investor, well known for his investment memos. Co-founder of Oaktree Capital Management which focuses on distressed securities. Author of one of my favourite books, The Most Important Thing.

Charlie Munger

Joe Rogan

Inb4 Elk, DMT or “it’s entirely possible jokes”. Now that’s out the way, who is he? Host of the well-known podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. I think he’s a pretty inspiring dude. He does a few different things well (podcasting, comedy, acting, fitness). He’s always looking to improve. And he makes enjoyable content. But each to their own. But I think he, and his guests too, provide some valuable and important information that you can learn a lot from.

Tim Urban

One of my inspirations for starting my own blog. Behind Wait But Why. Thoughtful, interesting and pretty funny. Posts are unique and fun, yet also informative. Unlike any other I’ve found yet. Posts sporadically on Twitter.

Shane Parrish

The man behind the ever-popular and useful Farnam Street. Active on Twitter.

Patrick O’Shaughnessy

Podcast host of Invest like the Best. Which I would argue is one of the best podcasts going around today. Worth a follow on Twitter.

Morgan Housel

Investment Writer. Again active on Twitter.

Nick Magguilli

Another finance and investment writer with his own blog Of Dollars and Data. Useful on Twitter.

Podcasts

First I’ll give some of my favourite podcast episodes. Then below some of my favourite shows. Apologies if any of these are repeated from my categories.

Episodes

Shows

Newsletters

Interesting newsletters (often weekly) from interesting people or places.

Booklists

Recommended books from people much smarter than I.

My Booklist

My favourite and most impactful books I’ve read. (Amazon Links)