03/02/15 – Monday AM Interest-ing Reads

  • Russia so old school (Wall Street Journal)
  • SEC plans to level playing field for newer ETF firms (Reuters)
  • Beware the hedge fund manager getting married (or divorced). (papers.ssrn)
  • The Suddenly Hot Job Market for Workers Over 50 (Money)
  • Retirement Planning for Millennials (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Uncle Warren Explains It All to You (epicureandealmaker.blogspot.in)
  • The information value of the Chinese stock market. (papers.ssrn)
  • Tim Duy: The Fed is basically telling the asset markets that “punks jump up to get beat down.” (Economist’s View)
  • “Nasdaq has big, mature companies with room to grow more, trading in a market that has been appropriately cautious.” (MarketWatch)
  • Take note when companies change their earnings release date. (papers.ssrn)
  • Institutional (and individual) investors are swayed by media coverage. (etf)
  • 8 things millennials want — and don’t want — show how different they are from their parents (washingtonpost)
  • DCF models can go wrong in a number of ways. (aswathdamodaran.blogspot)
  • Why Does the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Oppose the Interests of American Business? (scholarfp.blogspot)
  • How Old Subway Cars Can Become New Artificial Reefs (citylab)
  • Why low priced stocks, favored by individual investors, underperform. (papers.ssrn)
  • Why the iPhone confounds disruption theorists (digitopoly)
  • Making financial decisions using the process of elimination (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Some leaked screenshots of the FT’s online redesign (Business Insider)
  • Leonard Nimoy dies at 83 (mashable)
  • Do academics have a sense of humor? (alphaarchitect.tumblr)
  • “American workers are finally getting something they haven’t had in a long time — a raise.” (Crossing Wall Street)
  • Institutions Pour Cash Into Bond ETFs (wsj)
  • Data Security Is Becoming the Sparkle in Bitcoin (nytimes)
  • ’60 Minutes’ reams Lumber Liquidators (CBS News)
  • Bob Veres: The inspection of investment advisers doesn’t have to cost a fortune and take forever (Financial Planning)
  • Google Is Making Its Biggest Ever Bet on Renewable Energy (bloomberg)
  • William Shatner Tweets About Leonard Nimoy (twitter)
  • How Dennis Kozlowski lays low (DealBook)
  • The legend of the Silicon Valley unicorns (ft)
  • The media does have a significant effect on the way investors allocate their portfolios (ETF.com)
  • Securities lending income plays a big role in passive investing. (papers.ssrn)

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