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Long-term investment fund at Founders Pledge

Yes. But it moves the hurdle quite a bit I would guess.

5RyanCarey2yThe obvious approach would be to by-default invest in the stock market, (or maybe a leveraged ETF?), and only move money from that into other investments when they have higher EV.
Long-term investment fund at Founders Pledge

I believe that there might be a counterargument somewhat along these lines.

1. Effective interventions will largely depend on investments in information/prestige goods because they will probably aim to steer the usage of much larger resources.

2. These kinds of investments are made in competition with other investments in information/prestige goods aiming to steer the usage of much larger resources.

3. The ratio between information/prestige goods and physical goods changed much during the last century. Information/prestige goods are a much larger portion of o... (read more)

5Jonas Vollmer2yStock market returns are larger than the economic growth rate, so it could still work? In fact, that could even speak in favor of investing?