🎙️ Disappearing Public Companies

[2 minutes to read] The widening political gap between young men and women

Weekend edition

BabyCenter’s new list of popular baby names is out.

Top names these days? Olivia, Isabella, and Amelia for girls. It’s Noah, Liam, and Oliver for the boys, while Brooke, Blake, Julius, and Jaiden are on the decline.

💭 More interesting tidbits, charts, and information in 2 minutes to read.

Matthew and Shawn

Quote of the Day

“We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.”

Kurt Vonnegut

Cool Charts

Together With 10 East

Public Company Opportunities Have Evaporated

Back in 1996, there were over 8,000 public companies trading on American stock exchanges. Fast forward to today, and that number has collapsed to fewer than 3,750.

The end result?

Many of the strongest investment opportunities lie in private markets.

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  • Flexibility – members have full discretion over whether to invest on an offering-by-offering basis. 

  • Alignment – principals commit material personal capital to every offering. 

  • Institutional resources – a dedicated investment team that sources and diligences each offering.

10 East is where founders, executives, and portfolio managers from leading firms are diversifying their personal wealth. 

Tune In

🎧 Exploring the nuances of bitcoin mining with Harry Sudock

🎥 Balaji on what’s wrong with our education system and how to fix it

🎥 Ali Abdaal on how to figure out what you really want in life

🎧 How to stay true to yourself with Stig Brodersen and William Green

What We’re Reading

📖 Books: The Body: A Guide for Occupants by Bill Bryson


📰 Long-form articles: What is money, anyway? From Lyn Alden


🗞️ Advice: Warren Buffett on the remarkable power of reading

Trivia

The ETF, TLT, reflects the performance of long-term Treasury bonds (20 years+) — How has it performed over the last year?

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Tweet of the Week

Final Thoughts

🔢 One Big Number: 30% — the percentage of paid working days that Americans spent working from home last year, according to an analysis by Standford University. That’s largely the same as 2022.


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