This week’s readings include a transcript of Warren Buffett’s recent Q&A with students from Peking University, Jesse Friedlander’s thoughts on how Hong Kong can become a technology leader, a look at YouTube’s new TV subscription service and VinaCapital’s outlook for Vietnam in 2017.
- Q&A with Peking University students: Jeffrey Towson recently led a group of students to meet with Warren Buffett in Omaha. He has published the transcript from their Q&A session.
- Four ways for Hong Kong to become a technology leader: Thoughts on how to help make tech and innovation a pillar industry of the Hong Kong economy.
- Can YouTube TV get you to cut the cord for $35 a month?: A look at YouTube’s new service that will deliver an assortment of major television channels to paying customers via the internet.
- What’s in store for Vietnam in 2017?: VinaCapital’s thoughts on some of the key developments in the last 12 months and what they are watching out for in the year ahead.
- SRAP fees for hedge funds: Veteran investor Ted Caldwell of Lookout Mountain Capital outlines his superior risk adjustment performance fee model for hedge funds.