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|June 13, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On efficient markets, Microsoft, how the investing game has changed, evolution, and Nintendo|
|June 6, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On status quo bias in decision making, and dollar-cost averaging|
|May 30, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On productivity, Airbnb, and how people get rich today|
|May 23, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On hassle, the Chinese e-commerce giant Shein, and investor taxes|
|May 16, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On leadership, and the obscenity of private schools|
|May 9, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On averaging down, how to think for yourself, and the difference between moats and durability|
|May 2, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On the secret to success in life, Starbucks’ monetary superpower, and the Berkshire AGM|
|April 25, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On writing online, and how Bill Hwang lost it all|
|April 18, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On Nassim Taleb, Stripe, and the birth of black holes|
|April 11, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On Alibaba, poker, and an investing chat between Li Lu and Bruce Greenwald|
|March 28, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On Jamie Dimon, frauds, and The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius|
|March 21, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On crazy investing facts, books, and mental models to hard problems|
|March 15, 2021||Sunday Briefing: On Amazon, bad decisions, timeless advice, and Buffett|
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