02/22/17 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • How Acorns has grown so quickly. (fortune)
  • Mortgage debt is approaching 50% of GDP. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Hedge funds are converting to mutual funds. Should you ignore their historical performance? (beta.morningstar)
  • Meet the Macedonian Teens Who Mastered Fake News and Corrupted the U.S. Election (wired)
  • ISIS is going broke (nypost)
  • Finance experts don’t know anything about your personal situation. (humbledollar)
  • A review of robo-advisor SigFig. (businessinsider)
  • Trying to figure out "your number" is tough. (nytimes)
  •  Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber (susanjfowler)
  • Will hedge funds converge on a ‘1 and 30’ fee structure? (bloomberg)
  • Venice Fights Back: The world’s most beautiful city has never been more threatened. But a passionate movement of locals is determined to keep it alive.&#xA0 (citylab)
  • The drawdowns for so-called "income
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  • How Acorns has grown so quickly. (fortune)
  • Mortgage debt is approaching 50% of GDP. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Hedge funds are converting to mutual funds. Should you ignore their historical performance? (beta.morningstar)
  • Meet the Macedonian Teens Who Mastered Fake News and Corrupted the U.S. Election (wired)
  • ISIS is going broke (nypost)
  • Finance experts don’t know anything about your personal situation. (humbledollar)
  • A review of robo-advisor SigFig. (businessinsider)
  • Trying to figure out "your number" is tough. (nytimes)
  •  Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber (susanjfowler)
  • Will hedge funds converge on a ‘1 and 30’ fee structure? (bloomberg)
  • Venice Fights Back: The world’s most beautiful city has never been more threatened. But a passionate movement of locals is determined to keep it alive.&#xA0 (citylab)
  • The drawdowns for so-called "income assets" can be dramatically different. (blog.abglobal)
  • Like it, or not, nationalism plays a role in which mergers get done (or not). (nytimes)
  • Apple ($AAPL) doesn’t need to buy Netflix ($NFLX). (aboveavalon)
  • Would you rather be rich or free? (financialsamurai)
  • We may have reached "Peak Renter." (calculatedriskblog)
  • Why taxing robots doesn’t make much sense. (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Chemical activity was up in February. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Why savers do better in retirement, in short moderate spending patterns. (kitces)
  • Successes like Home Depot ($HD) which compound at 28% for 35 years are very, very rare. (ivanhoff)
  • Why you shouldn’t pay your kids for chores. (businessinsider)
  • It’s Been 31 Years Since the Last Tax Overhaul. Here’s Why. (bloomberg)
  • The math behind passive investing is pretty straightforward. (monevator)
  • Happy workers spend about one day in the office. (qz)
  • Where the World’s Wealthiest Invest Their Billions (nytimes)
  • Numeraire, a hedge fund, wants to get traders to cooperate on building quant models. (avc)
  • Why some people have a hard time getting started at investing. (valuewalk)
  • Five things you need to know about estate planning. (personal.vanguard)
  • Four reasons to buy Tony Saliba’s new book "Managing Expectations." (alphatrends)
  • The 2017 review of online brokers. (stockbrokers)
  • What to give your kids for their wedding. (humbledollar)
  • Fund re-openings as a contrarian buy indicator. (beta.morningstar)
  • Only a third of US employees are putting money into 401(k) plans. (bloomberg)
  • The four pillars of paying for college. (whitecoatinvestor)
  • How Uber got into this human resources mess &#xA0 (recode)
  • Women live longer on average. This should affect their investment profile. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Some results from Dan Ariely’s lab show the power of subtle nudges on our finances. (bloomberg)
  • How to thrive in a low volatility market. (forbes)
  • How financial professionals could help kids learn about money. (tonyisola)
  • The stock market’s returns so far this year is not out of the realm statistically. (alephblog)
  • Why simple works better. (wealthmanagement)
  • A table comparing the big robo-advisors. (mebfaber)
  • Why Apple ($AAPL) should buy Netflix ($NFLX) for its "networking and data infrastructure." (om.co)
  • "How to Think About Money" by Jonathan Clements was named the Institute for Financial Literacy’s 2017 adult book of the year. (twitter)
  • Tough luck for hedge funds trying to sue Uncle Sam over Fannie and Freddie dividends. (bloomberg)

02/21/17 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

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  • Don’t try and rush through your presentation at the end. (sethgodin.typepad)
  • How social capital affects stock market investment. (papers.ssrn)
  • Just how realistic is "Billions"? (decider)
  • Who Are the Richest of the Rich? (nytimes)
  • Just how well is the New York Times ($NYT) doing in digital? (om.co)
  • is the Fed already behind the curve? (bloomberg)
  •  White House Chaos Doesn’t Bother the Stock Market (bloomberg)
  • A discussion of the issues surrounding tactical asset allocation including the challenge of complexity. (blog.alphaarchitect)
  • Our attention spans are shortening. (longreads)
  • How to deal with haters. (traderfeed.blogspot)
  • Vanguard has its eyes on Europe. (bloomberg)
  • Can explain momentum with rational investors? (blog.alphaarchitect)
  • Why you should pay attention to the tone of manager disclosure. (papers.ssrn)
  • Investors Look Past Headlines as Bull Market Roars Ahead (nytimes)
  • Consumers respond to guidance. (aaii)
  • Machine learning for investment decision making is, for now, mostly hype. (valuewalk)
  •  Journalists, Battered and Groggy, Find a Renewed Sense of Mission (nytimes)
  • Many investors recognize they have a self-control problem. (wsj)
  • Snap ($SNAP) is getting some pushback in Europe on pricing. (bloomberg)
  • Users are moving from Snap ($SNAP) to Instagram Stories. (medium)
  • The Coffee Shaman: Meet the man responsible for third-wave coffee — and the Frappuccino.&#xA0 (luckypeach)
  • Computer-enhanced, structural changes in the way we trade has put volatility on a long-term, downward trend. (smbtraining)
  • Why Asian conglomerates are interested in US fund managers. (nytimes)
  • Is there signal in the StockTwits stream? (allaboutalpha)
  • Americans just experienced their biggest spike in stress in a decade (qz)
  • Wireless earbuds compared including the Apple ($AAPL) EarPods and Beats Powerbeats3. (arstechnica)
  • Investors respond to feedback. (etf)
  • Lottery stocks on average don’t pay off. (etf)
  • How Google ($GOOGL) and Facebook ($FB) could help create a sustainable news ecosystem. (mondaynote)
  • The other Andromeda galaxy (blastr)
  • Equity convexity and position sizing. (elmfunds)

02/20/17 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • This is a critical skill that many data scientists are lacking. (venturebeat)
  • Will ETFs destroy factor investing? (blog.alphaarchitect)
  • How much of accounting can be done by robots? (wired)
  • "Big brokerage firms do not appear concerned about Robinhood." (mobile.nytimes)
  • Startup OpenFin wants to be "the industrywide operating layer" for Wall Street. (businessinsider)
  • What could stop Vanguard from industry domination? (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Greg Blotnick, "At their core, market forecasts are an attempt to predict future investors’ emotions, and there is just no reliable way to do that." (blogs.cfainstitute)
  • Fred Wilson, "There is a lot of economic surplus that could come from automation." (avc)
  • How realistic are the coaching sessions traders undergo in "Billions"? (businessinsider)
  • Bitcoin ETFs for dummies. (etf)
  • There is no shortage of water ETFs. (investwithanedge)
  • Index
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  • This is a critical skill that many data scientists are lacking. (venturebeat)
  • Will ETFs destroy factor investing? (blog.alphaarchitect)
  • How much of accounting can be done by robots? (wired)
  • "Big brokerage firms do not appear concerned about Robinhood." (mobile.nytimes)
  • Startup OpenFin wants to be "the industrywide operating layer" for Wall Street. (businessinsider)
  • What could stop Vanguard from industry domination? (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Greg Blotnick, "At their core, market forecasts are an attempt to predict future investors’ emotions, and there is just no reliable way to do that." (blogs.cfainstitute)
  • Fred Wilson, "There is a lot of economic surplus that could come from automation." (avc)
  • How realistic are the coaching sessions traders undergo in "Billions"? (businessinsider)
  • Bitcoin ETFs for dummies. (etf)
  • There is no shortage of water ETFs. (investwithanedge)
  • Index funds have to buy stock in companies like Snap ($SNAP) where they have not voting rights. What if they didn’t. (ft)
  • Worried about the stronger US dollar? Then look into the SPDR Long Dollar Gold Trust ($GLDW). (etf)
  • On the importance of "simplifying the [investment] game." (peterlazaroff)
  • What’s in your ETF portfolio? A breakdown of similarly named ETFs. (advisorperspectives)
  • Immigration restrictions will lower potential GDP. (calculatedriskblog)
  • "Inefficiencies in the Pricing of Exchange-Traded Funds" by Antti Petajisto. (cfapubs)
  • Where ETF tax efficiency comes from. (beta.morningstar)
  • Why facts don’t change people’s minds. (newyorker)
  • Why the smartphone will remain at the center of the shopping world for some time to come. (businessinsider)
  • How Tyler Cowen manages his "news diet." (marginalrevolution)

02/19/17 – Sunday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Every EU economy is growing at the same time. (qz)
  • Why the wireless carrier game got upended this week. (theverge)
  • On the high cost of always calling for a bear market. (fortunefinancialadvisors)
  • Five apps you need to know about. (medium)
  • The case for muni bonds. (barrons)
  • Are we in the midst of a "melt-up"? (dashofinsight)
  • How Snap ($SNAP) is different from Facebook ($FB) or Google ($GOOGL). (ben-evans)
  • The oil sands are in a tough spot. (wsj)
  • The economic schedule for the holiday-shortened week. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Howard Lindzon, "If Vanguard was a public company the stock would be at all time highs today." (medium)
  • This is the biggest mistake investors make. (stockcharts)
  • Is "building new products" a viable strategy for Snap ($SNAP)? (hbr)
  • Don’t celebrate failure, learn
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02/18/17 – Saturday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • 99.6% of new smartphone run either iOS or Android. (theverge)
  • Are public-private partnerships the solution to America’s aging airports? (politico)
  • Starbucks ($SBUX) is still outperforming the rest of the restaurant industry. (fortune)
  • An interview with David Levien and Brian Koppelman co-creators of "Billions" on Showtime. (finance.yahoo)
  • Data centers are undergoing a period of consolidation. (fortune)
  • Wind briefly made up 50% of of the SPP grid. (fortune)
  • Is unlimited data a scam? (recode)
  • Is Medium just a vanity project? (businessinsider)
  • States are still targeting public universities for budget cuts. (wsj)
  • The gut really is a second brain. (qz)
  • All the trends are working against ace pitchers. (theringer)
  • Eastern Europe, as an idea, is disappearing. (lareviewofbooks)
  • Hedge funds are on the defensive in the new season of
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  • 99.6% of new smartphone run either iOS or Android. (theverge)
  • Are public-private partnerships the solution to America’s aging airports? (politico)
  • Starbucks ($SBUX) is still outperforming the rest of the restaurant industry. (fortune)
  • An interview with David Levien and Brian Koppelman co-creators of "Billions" on Showtime. (finance.yahoo)
  • Data centers are undergoing a period of consolidation. (fortune)
  • Wind briefly made up 50% of of the SPP grid. (fortune)
  • Is unlimited data a scam? (recode)
  • Is Medium just a vanity project? (businessinsider)
  • States are still targeting public universities for budget cuts. (wsj)
  • The gut really is a second brain. (qz)
  • All the trends are working against ace pitchers. (theringer)
  • Eastern Europe, as an idea, is disappearing. (lareviewofbooks)
  • Hedge funds are on the defensive in the new season of "Billions." (bloomberg)
  • Can composting become a big business? (nytimes)
  • Airlines are phasing out screens. (nytimes)
  • Butter is better for you than you think. (qz)
  • 50 things you can control right now. (tinybuddha)
  • Why rudeness is on the rise. (nytimes)
  • Why do billionaires, CEOs, and other titans of industry work so hard? (casnocha)
  • Damodaran: Dividends and Buybacks (aswathdamodaran.blogspot)
  • A career of headers seems to put soccer players at risk of CTE. (bbc)
  • Lower back pain is more an annoyance than anything that should be treated. (arstechnica)
  • Why has Apple ($AAPL) been unsuccessful in the TV space. (bloomberg)
  • Our default mental state may be suffering. (nymag)
  • What is MLB’s obsession with game length? (dealbreaker)
  • How your name can affect your life. (bloomberg)
  • How to make coffee like Jony Ive. (tim.blog)
  • Spielberg: The Inner Lives of a Genius (nybooks)
  • Malware is becoming increasingly sophisticated. (slate)
  • Alpha or Assets (investorfieldguide)
  • Alphabet paid its self-driving car staff so much that many quit to go to competitors. (bloomberg)
  • US auto fatalities increased for the second straight year. (nytimes)
  • The anti-vaxxers are the opposite of evidence-based medicine. (nytimes)
  • STEM majors need not attend an elite university to succeed. (tonyisola)
  • Is the window open or closed for your favorite MLB team? (nytimes)
  • Tom Brady, 4.8-time Super Bowl champion: Atlanta had a strong chance at a comeback of their own but for a silly coin flip&#xA0 (economist)
  • How Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park became the best chef in America. (esquire)
  • Ford ($F) just invested $1 billion in Argo AI to help build a "virtual driver system." (fastcompany)
  • How Vitamin D may prevent respiratory infections. (newscientist)
  • For the sake of your relationship don’t go to Ikea with your significant other. (nymag)
  • How DNA Editing Could Change Life on Earth (newyorker)
  • Why depression and anxiety seem to occur simultaneously. (businessinsider)
  • Should you train while you are sick? (artofmanliness)
  • How diet affects depression. (bigthink)
  • If Not Darwin, Who? An alternative history of the great ideas of science.&#xA0 (nautil.us)
  • Solar is the largest source of new energy in the US. (bloomberg)
  • Proterra is the "Tesla for buses." (businessinsider)
  • Building Olympic infrastructure is such a waste. (theguardian)
  • The Alps will continue to lose snow cover. (qz)
  • It’s not enough for universities and colleges to recruit the smartest kids, they need to develop them as well. (chronicle)
  • Why Amazon Is the World’s Most Innovative Company of 2017 (fastcompany)
  • The best beers for Spring Training. (pastemagazine)
  • A dozen lessons on growth. (25iq)
  • Craft beer’s answer to light beer: session beer. (thedailybeast)
  • The Impossible Burger aims to create a vegetarian burger that replicates the beef burger experience. (npr)
  • America’s Shakespeare (nationalaffairs)
  • How to break a bad habit. (ted)
  • The Business of Too Much TV (vulture)
  • There are fewer sea turtles than previously thought. (theatlantic)
  • How to stay fit on the road. (pastemagazine)
  • A no-nonsense guide to meditation. (medium)
  • Is the chicken industry rigged? (bloomberg)
  • The myth of Apple’s ($AAPL) design prowess. (theatlantic)

02/17/17 – Friday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • The Man Who Broke Ticketmaster: The most infamous ticket scalper of all time used bots to buy millions of tickets. Now he wants to stop them.&#xA0 (motherboard.vice)
  • Five new lessons James Altucher learned from Daymond John. (jamesaltucher)
  • Brian Koppleman talks with Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers. (player.fm)
  • Shipping and trucking data point to an accelerating economy. (bloomberg)
  • A discussion with Suzanne Heyward co-author of "ReOrg: How to Get It Right." (fivegoodquestions.co)
  • Be wary when anyone says something in the markets is a sure thing. (seeitmarket)
  • How to value Snap ($SNAP). (dealbreaker)
  • Sean McLaughlin talks with options trading legend Tony Saliba. (medium)
  • Snap ($SNAP) is tamping down on enthusiasm for its stock. (dealbreaker)
  • Brett McKay talks with David Kahn talk self-defense and Krav Maga. (artofmanliness)
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  • The Man Who Broke Ticketmaster: The most infamous ticket scalper of all time used bots to buy millions of tickets. Now he wants to stop them.&#xA0 (motherboard.vice)
  • Five new lessons James Altucher learned from Daymond John. (jamesaltucher)
  • Brian Koppleman talks with Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers. (player.fm)
  • Shipping and trucking data point to an accelerating economy. (bloomberg)
  • A discussion with Suzanne Heyward co-author of "ReOrg: How to Get It Right." (fivegoodquestions.co)
  • Be wary when anyone says something in the markets is a sure thing. (seeitmarket)
  • How to value Snap ($SNAP). (dealbreaker)
  • Sean McLaughlin talks with options trading legend Tony Saliba. (medium)
  • Snap ($SNAP) is tamping down on enthusiasm for its stock. (dealbreaker)
  • Brett McKay talks with David Kahn talk self-defense and Krav Maga. (artofmanliness)
  • 50 things that made the modern economy: Google ($GOOGL). (bbc.co.uk)
  • The Internet is still just getting started when it comes to changing business. (latticework)
  • The case for a market tantrum. (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Six essential podcasts for news, tech and political junkies. (wired)
  • What will the big health insurers try to buy next? (bloomberg)
  • What Charlie Munger had to say at the Daily Journal ($DJCO) annual meeting. (marketfolly)
  • Marc Maron talks with singer/songwriter Ryan Adams. (wtfpod)
  • Banks CAN lend. Everything else is just rhetoric. (thereformedbroker)
  • Spain’s working hours are a disaster for families. (ft)
  • Robin Powell talks with Larry Swedroe co-author of "Your Complete to Factor-Based Investing." (evidenceinvestor.co.uk)
  • If you are at all interested in the Snap ($SNAP) IPO you should check out this episode with Ben Thompson and James Allworth. (exponent.fm)
  • What the heck was the Assignat, a land-backed currency. (bloomberg)
  • A discussion with Nathan Myhrvold about the science of bread making. (eater)
  • Responsible Business Models Unlock Market Worth $12 Trillion (triplepundit)
  • Tim Ferriss talks with Mr. Money Moustache. (tim.blog)
  • Scott Pelley, Lester Holt, David Muir: The Unprecedented Joint Interview (variety)
  • A talk with Brett Musburger about his career and his shift to gambling talk. (wsj)
  • The Mysterious James Comey (washingtonmonthly)
  • Leigh Gallagher joins Shannon and Cardiff to discuss her new book, "The Airbnb Story: How Three Ordinary Guys Disrupted an Industry, Made Billions . . . and Created Plenty of Controversy." (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Why you should be watching "Billions" on Showtime. (esquire)
  • Patrick O’Shaughnessy talks with Ian Cassel, microcap investor and co-author of "Intelligent Fanatics Project: How Great Leaders Build Sustainable Businesses." (investorfieldguide)
  • Woolly mammoth on verge of resurrection, scientists reveal (theguardian)
  • US infrastructure is a mess. (bloomberg)
  • Is This the Electric Car That’s Going to Kill Tesla? (bloomberg)
  • Q&A with Ben Carlson, author of “Organizational Alpha: How to Add Value in Institutional Asset Management” (abnormalreturns)
  • Scenes From the 2017 Westminster Dog Show (theatlantic)
  • This bull market is so strong even open-end mutual funds are seeing inflows. (dealbreaker)
  • You can get Tony Saliba’s new book "Managing Expectations" AND get a free e-book, audiobook and videos, to boot. (martinkronicle)
  • Norway is planning to ramp up the equity exposure in its SWF. (ft)
  • A long talk with Ana Marie Cox, writer/blogger extraordinaire. (longform)

02/16/17 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • TIPS implied inflation continues to rise. (capitalspectator)
  • This story will make your day. Guaranteed. (businessinsider)
  • Americans are pretty stressed out. (bloomberg)
  • A German shepherd won the Westminster dog show for only the second time in 141 years. (qz)
  • Things can get sticky when public company execs invest in startups. (bloomberg)
  • How to age gracefully. (theguardian)
  • Some myths regarding corporate venture capital. (venturebeat)
  • Why every 5% dip feels like a bear market. (theirrelevantinvestor)
  • You May Be Part of a Global Supply Chain (strategy-business)
  • The January edition of the Graham and Doddsville newsletter Guy Shanon and Michael Blitzer of Kingstown Capital. (marketfolly)
  • Eric Jackson with four reasons to avoid the Snap ($SNAP) IPO. (soundcloud)
  • Jeff Carter, "Valuation is essentially a negotiation. It’s all about supply and demand."
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  • TIPS implied inflation continues to rise. (capitalspectator)
  • This story will make your day. Guaranteed. (businessinsider)
  • Americans are pretty stressed out. (bloomberg)
  • A German shepherd won the Westminster dog show for only the second time in 141 years. (qz)
  • Things can get sticky when public company execs invest in startups. (bloomberg)
  • How to age gracefully. (theguardian)
  • Some myths regarding corporate venture capital. (venturebeat)
  • Why every 5% dip feels like a bear market. (theirrelevantinvestor)
  • You May Be Part of a Global Supply Chain (strategy-business)
  • The January edition of the Graham and Doddsville newsletter Guy Shanon and Michael Blitzer of Kingstown Capital. (marketfolly)
  • Eric Jackson with four reasons to avoid the Snap ($SNAP) IPO. (soundcloud)
  • Jeff Carter, "Valuation is essentially a negotiation. It’s all about supply and demand." (pointsandfigures)
  • Why We Dig In (thereformedbroker)
  • Mark Suster talks with Jonah Peretti of Buzzfeed video, virality and the news. (bothsidesofthetable)
  • A Pitfall in Ethical Investing: ESG Disclosures Reflect Vulnerabilities, Not Virtues (SSRN)
  • WTF is Warren Buffett doing with Apple ($AAPL) and airlines?!? (thereformedbroker)
  • Welcome to Greenwich, China. The village where China’s hedge funds reside. (bloomberg)
  • What is SoftBank doing with Fortress Investment Group ($FIG)? (wsj)
  • Why Berkshire Hathaway ($BRKA) never split its stock. (blogs.wsj)
  • Why Apple ($AAPL) would do well to ignore the investment bankers. (daringfireball)
  • Warren Buffett thinks money managers charge too darn much. (bloomberg)
  • Seven insights from Peter Thiel’s "Zero to One." (medium)
  • On the state of equity crowdfunding. (cdn.ampproject)
  • Charlie Munger, "You’re not going to live forever, anyway." (qz)
  •  How being wrong can help us get it right (ft)
  • Weekly initial unemployment claims continue to trend at historically low levels. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Before You Call Us Nuts, Hear Us Out. A Conservative Case for Climate Action (NYTimes)
  • Beware Sears’s Zombie Apocalypse (bloomberg)
  • Knowing what you don’t want to do is an important part of strategy. (avc)
  • Why did Morgan Stanley ($MS) put inverse ETFs in a retirement account? (blogs.barrons)
  • Should you bother with a tax-managed fund? (beta.morningstar)
  • Gregor Macdonald, "US economic growth has quite effectively decoupled from “growth” in energy consumption." (medium)
  • Promoting Long-Term Value Creation (Harvard Law)
  • Fund flows and the overvaluation of smart beta strategies. (bloomberg)
  • 20 insights from 2-time entrepreneur Andy Swan. (twitter)
  • Indoor farming is attracting attention from high profile investors. (wsj)
  • Bill Gates: New nationalism could put global health in danger (usatoday)
  • Aging gracefully: an idiot’s guide (theguardian)

02/15/17 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

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02/14/17 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind is a must read (amazon)
  • Aetna and Humana call off $34-billion deal (Los Angeles Times)
  • A Top Bond Strategist Looks at Stocks and Recoils (Bloomberg View)
  • This story about a highflying drug lobbyist is bananas (Wall Street Journal)
  • Some recent papers on portfolio strategy. (capitalspectator)
  • Why is Snap ($SNAP) calling itself a camera company? (newyorker)
  • The "count" isn’t in your favor all that often: insights from Ed Thorp’s "A Man for All Markets." (basonasset)
  • Seth Godin, "Price is the last refuge for the businessperson without the imagination, heart and soul to dig a bit deeper." (sethgodin.typepad)
  • Why Morgan Stanley is bullish on Chinese stocks for the next decade (Bloomberg)
  • Who was a better investor: Peter Lynch or Warren Buffett?
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02/13/17 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

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