02/09/18 – Friday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • The many steps toward a market bottom. (theirrelevantinvestor)
  • Why Competitive Advantages Die (collaborativefund)
  • How Amazon ($AMZN) is transforming Whole Foods. (theatlantic)
  • College kids are flocking to class on cryptocurrencies and blockchain. (nytimes)
  • Bitcoin has been no hedge for stock market losses. (economist)
  • No decision is perfect, but they move thing forward. (hackernoon)
  • The relationship between volatility and stock prices broke down spectacularly this week (wsj)
  • Quantitative models make their biases transparent. (mrzepczynski.blogspot)
  • Are interest rates really all that low historically? (papers.ssrn)
  • The US is facing a shortage of truck drivers. (bloomberg)
  • The Military Has Been Fighting Sexual Assault For Decades, But Women Say It’s Still Happening (taskandpurpose)
  • Two theaters or 1,000? How to release an Oscar-winning film (marketwatch)
  • U.S. body brokers supply world with tons of limbs, torsos and heads (reuters)
  • Why finance types love trading cryptocurrencies. (ft)
  • Uber and Google ($GOOGL) have settled their lawsuit over autonomous vehicle technology. (bloomberg)
  • Economic Issues Decline Among Public’s Policy Priorities: Environment, transportation, addiction rise on public’s agenda (people-press)
  • Rising rates are a tailwind for managed futures strategies. (wisdomtree)
  • No matter how old you are you can still experiment in life. (m.signalvnoise)
  • If you didn’t have a plan in place going into the week, what are you doing? (awealthofcommonsense)
  • This Bull Market Hasn’t Been Correction-Proof (bloomberg)
  • The stock market has historically not fallen this far or fast from an all-time high. (quantifiableedges)
  • Are markets really showing fear of inflation? (theatlantic)
  • Why market narratives come out of the woodwork during market corrections. (ritholtz)
  • In praise of sloth-like investing. (ft)
  • Some fund-related observations from a volatile week. (morningstar)
  • Four reasons to own bonds. (pragcap)
  • Too Clever By Half (epsilontheory)
  •  Far From Unprecedented: Nine Selloffs Like This, and Nine Rebounds (bloomberg)
  • Intel is making smart glasses that actually look good (theverge)
  • Think progress, not perfectionism. (medium)
  • Have you checked in on your Investment Policy Statement this week? (basonasset)
  • Don’t forget, this bull market has had four prior corrections. (bloomberg)

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