03/08/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Don’t expect a new wave of tech IPOs any time soon. (mattermark)
  • The challenges (and upside) of working with your spouse. (next.ft)
  • Why every startup should bootstrap. (hbr)
  • Report: Number of Hispanic voters up 4 million from 2012 (thehill)
  • How John Hancock moved into the ETF space. (institutionalinvestor)
  • You are not your company. (entrepreneur)
  • What do you think about the way Restoration Hardware’s CEO motivates his employees – too far? (Forbes)
  • Patrick O’Shaughnessy, “Indexes are affected and changed by asset flows into strategies which target those indexes.” (investorfieldguide)
  • What startup accelerators really do. (hbr)
  • Apple VP: The FBI wants to roll back safeguards that keep us a step ahead of criminals (washingtonpost)
  • 5 reasons why fintech is tough. (medium)
  • The battle over the IEX exchange application has turned into war. (next.ft)
  • The case for REITs. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • A rare $VIX set up. (quantifiableedges)
  • Morgan Stanley’s latest advice for PMs: “When You Think of Something, Do the Opposite” (ValueWalk)
  • Investing lessons from tennis. (quantifiableedges)
  • Twitter ($TWTR) is still asking the question: what is Twitter? (fortune)
  • A few factors contributed to crude oil’s 50% explosion (ETF.com)
  • Trend following funds are having a good year. (next.ft)
  • VCs are doing just fine, thank you. (fortune)
  • America’s most successful cities, states and firms are leaving the rest behind (economist)
  • Some insights from Michael Moritz of Sequoia Capital. (themacro)
  • Bloomberg’s out, but for the right reason (Bloomberg View)
  • What history can tell us about income (and wealthy) inequality. (farnamstreetblog)
  • 9 gotchas when seed funding. (techstars)
  • Be More Successful: Harvard Research Reveals How (bakadesuyo)
  • You gotta see these new pics of the Apple campus under construction (9to5 Mac)
  • Some short-term optimism and long-term pessimism on the US economy. (csen.tumblr)
  • The unicorn dream is a mirage. (bloombergview)
  • Being right is not enough. (medium)
  • What venture capital LPs are thinking. (fortune)
  • The number crunchers have arrived to the political scene and are about to make a bunch of cash on our long national nightmare: The Secret World of Gamblers Betting Millions on the 2016 Election (thedailybeast)
  • Elegant Economic Theories Get Shoved Aside by Data (bloombergview)
  • After Obama Victory, Shrieking White-Hot Sphere Of Pure Rage Early GOP Front-Runner For 2016 (theonion)
  • Can ESPN be funny? (Los Angeles Times)
  • Silicon Valley is leaking employees due to high living costs. (blogs.wsj)
  • Dan Nathan on the Russell 2000’s rally (Risk Reversal)
  • Has Netflix ($NFLX) saturated the US market already? (fortune)
  • Is China Starting Its Own Tech Bubble? (vanityfair)
  • Five keys to negotiating success. (bakadesuyo)
  • What Republicans’ ‘Demographic Death Spiral’ Looks Like (bloombergview)
  • Peyton Manning Had A Hall Of Fame Career. Then He Had Another One. (fivethirtyeight)
  • Why oil surged. (etf)
  • Why startup employees should have longer option exercise windows. (data.triplebyte)
  • Mean reversion rules for now. What next? (thereformedbroker)
  • Facebook ($FB) is eating the world. (cjr)
  • S&P 500 earnings have really flattened out. (macro-man.blogspot)
  • Startup talent is heading back to India. (wsj)
  • Small business optimism declined in February. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Crude oil just experienced a textbook ‘false breakdown.’ (allstarcharts)
  • Howard Lindzon on “Backing and Filling” (Howard Lindzon)
  • Finally some good news for daily fantasy sports. (fortune)
  • There is really only one side to the fiduciary standard debate. (fortune)

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