02/09/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • There’s hope for this being a correction rather than full blown bear so long as low-vol stocks hold up (Price Action Lab)
  • Winning Bets Become Losers: Wagers on technology and banks are now costing some investors (wsj)
  • The case for corporate VC. (medium)
  • Donate your old flash drives to reach North Korean citizens. (wired)
  • Why I Love Having My Own RIA (Enterprising Investor)
  • Here Comes the Bear (bloomberg)
  • How BloomThat wants to take on FTD and 1-800-Flowers. (fortune)
  • What it’s like living in the shadow of a billionaire monument (Crain’s New York)
  • Dropbox is still in the game. (nytimes)
  • Notes from the Upfront Summit 2016. (blog.semilshah)
  • How new rules could force investors from ETFs to ETNs. (bloomberg)
  • Why measuring fund performance, pre-fees is ridiculous. (tonyisola)
  • The differences between fund level and deal-by-deal carry. (avc)
  • Negative bond yields abound globally. (bloomberg)
  • The end of passwords isn’t coming fast enough. (wsj)
  • How is JP Morgan ($JPM) doing with its ETF push? (etf)
  • Hillary Clinton No Stranger to Wall Street’s Thinkers (blogs.wsj)
  • Are Too Many Choices Costing 401(k) Holders? A study of a plan that shrank its fund menu found that investors saved on fees (wsj)
  • The pleasure and pain of our brains and sports (espn.go)
  • Keep an eye on coverage, not leverage. (bloomberg)
  • Why nobody is happy with the US economy: Wall Street is in line with Main Street over the outlook for growth (ft)
  • Market-derived inflation forecasts are plunging. (capitalspectator)
  • Private companies are stepping up buybacks of employee stock (blogs.wsj)
  • What would a Taco Bell spin-off look like? (bloomberg)
  • A cool look at the difference between big and small companies. (medium)
  • What economics education should look like. (qz)
  • Hedge funds are spreading their relationships among more banks. (bloomberg)
  • Corrections and bear markets (personal.vanguard)
  • A peek at Russia’s economy. (conversableeconomist.blogspot)
  • Deutsche Bank CEO to the troops: You guys, we’re fine. I swear. (Deutsche Bank)
  • El-Erian: 5 Questions for Janet Yellen (bloombergview)
  • We’ve been fighting over the gold standard for hundreds of years (The Big Picture)
  • Twelve reasons why you should ignore advice from an investor or advisor. (vergehq)
  • Citadel is now a market maker on the NYSE. (next.ft)
  • Six lessons from an unlikely (and successful) venture capitalist. (medium)
  • Companies need to focus on what an aging world looks like. (institutionalinvestor)
  • Another high-flying unicorn, Zenefits, hits some turbulence. (recode)
  • The McLaren 570S is a $189K sentient being. (sbnation)
  • The Probability of Negative U.S. Rates Is on the Rise (bloomberg)
  • How so many Chinese got taken in a Ponzi scheme. (washingtonpost)
  • Cam Newton Never Had A Chance (fivethirtyeight)
  • The Difference Between Institutional & Individual Investors (awealthofcommonsense)
  • and now for the good news – after the S&P 500 makes a new closing 52-week low, the market is higher 3 years later 86% of the time (Irrelevant Investor)
  • The big fight: The handling of disputes between companies and their customers is done better in Europe than in America (economist)
  • AngelList raised $160 for startups in 2015. (techcrunch)
  • The $20 Billion Manager Who Won After the Crisis Is Buying Again (Bloomberg)
  • BOOM, there it is: Goldman Sees Risk of Oil Below $20 (Bloomberg)
  • Are the big tech companies disruptable? (bloombergview)
  • Bush and Clinton Campaigns Show the Downside of Dynasties (nytimes)
  • How one VC has embraced messaging apps vs. e-mail. (medium)
  • A graphical look at just how bad 2016 has been for global markets. (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Mark Suster, winter is coming for the VC world. (fortune)
  • How big ETF trades get done. (etf)

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