I have been writing a monthly
newsletter, covering a variety of topics, since early 2008. It has varied
from 1 to 4 pages, but most are less than 2 pages. Coverage is mostly
related to risk management and investments. Some are written at a high
level, dealing with the general economy, and some cover very specific
topics. I try to write something about the current financial environment,
and there have been plenty of topics to choose from. The newsletters are
educational in nature and do not constitute investment advice. The
newsletters are released publicly to my web site after 3-6 months.
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Should You Have a Chief Skeptical Officer?
Book Review: The Four Filters Invention
Unintended Consequences: Questions for Warren
Buffett/Financial Services Bailout/Counterparty Risk/Leverage/Bank Contagion
Bailout? Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac
Its Role in Mergers and Acquisitions/Investing: Lessons from Charlie Munger
– Why Doesn’t Anyone Care Anymore?
Capital Shortcomings/Book Review: While America Aged (Roger Lowenstein)
Observations from the
2008 ERM Symposium (leverage/investment risk/how bad is it?)/Worst
April 2008 Investing in Companies
Driven by Accruals/Investor Expenses
Subprime: Where Were the Risk Managers?