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Weekend Bulletin - 23 Dec'22 : Ed. 118
A compilation of few interesting, multi-disciplinary links from the internet
I wish you a very happy, healthy, joyous, content, successful, peaceful and prosperous Christmas and new year. But most of all, I wish you—and myself—wisdom. Wisdom to make better choices in our lives so that 2023 and beyond is truly happy.
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“Investment is putting out money to get more money back later on from the asset. And not by selling it to somebody else, but by what the asset, itself, will produce. If you’re an investor, you’re looking at what the asset is going to do — in our case, businesses. If you’re a speculator, you’re primarily focusing on what the price of the object is going to do independent of the business. And that’s not our game. So we figure if we’re right about the business, we’re going to make a lot of money. And if we’re wrong about the business, we don’t expect to make money.” —Warren Buffett
The secret lives of MI6’s top female spies [LINK]
Why everyone should pay more attention to India [LINK]
Are great investors lazy? [LINK]
Zerodha letter to stakeholders [LINK]
Queer and content in Hindi Cinema [LINK]
Ben Stokes and the art of Captaincy [LINK]
Tom Cruise practicing stunts for latest MI movie [LINK]
Deeply understanding Kantara [LINK]
Life lessons from Taxi Driver [LINK]
An ode to Delhi Winters [LINK]
That's it for me. Have a great weekend and holidays ahead!
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“Let no pleasure tempt thee, no profit allure thee, no ambition corrupt thee, no example sway thee, no persuasion move thee, to do any thing which thou knowest to be evil; so shalt thou always live jollily; for a good conscience is a continual Christmas.” —Ben Franklin
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