02/24/15 – Tuesday PM Interest-ing Reads

  • In certain markets seasonality is a real thing. (jayonthemarkets)
  • Cognitive fatigue is a real thing. (farnamstreetblog)
  • SnapChat’s model is far more traditional than commonly thought. (stratechery)
  • Signs that the ETF industry is rapidly maturing. (pionline)
  • What exactly constitutes ‘behavioral economics’? (forbes)
  • Longevity risk is an increasing reality for pension funds. (wsj)
  • Gold is not for “serious investors.” (dailyfinance)
  • The SPDR DoubleLine Total Return Tactical ETF ($TOTL) launches today. (bloomberg)
  • Investors have been able to avoid the behavior gap in this big, index fund. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • JP Morgan Chase ($JPM) is trying to discourage big deposits from institutional clients. (wsj)
  • Home bias can also lead to industry un-diversification. (monevator)
  • Why Active Management Fell Off a Cliff — Perhaps Permanently (thereformedbroker)
  • A closer look at relative income levels across the country. (ftalphaville.ft)
  • MLB Advanced Media has become an elite technology provider. (wsj)
  • “Inform and delete” don’t “store and forward” when it comes to mis-sent e-mails. (avc)
  • Wall Street Week is back. (businessinsider)
  • LinkedIn ($LNKD) is crushing it. (ophirgottlieb.tumblr)

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