03/31/15 – Tuesday Interest-ing Reads

  • Tadas talks to Carl Richards about his new book (Abnormal Returns)
  • Tadas talks to Carl Richards about his new book (Abnormal Returns)
  • The internet took the album away, and now it’s giving it back (theverge)
  • Why venture capital is pouring into the food industry. (washingtonpost)
  • A profile of VC firm Benchmark Capital. (forbes)
  • Overstock.com: Closing the File on a Criminal Junkie Named Judd Bagley (garyweiss.blogspot)
  • A review of Meb Faber’s “Global Asset Allocation: A Survey of the World’s Top Asset Allocation Strategies.”* (alphaarchitect)
  • A group of Chicago hospitals have found a groundbreaking new way to battle a deadly ‘superbug’ (businessinsider)
  • If you enter a bid of $1.01 to buy the New York Daily News, you might actually get it (Reuters)
  • If you enter a bid of $1.01 to buy the New York Daily News, you might actually get it (Reuters)
  • Rick Ferri’s 30 Year Market Forecast (ETF.com)
  • Rick Ferri’s 30 Year Market Forecast (ETF.com)
  • You won’t know the bull market is over until the bear is here (marketwatch)
  • On the myth of ‘volatility drag.’ (blogs.cfainstitute)
  • Why you are better off joining a better firm than going for the big bucks. (blog.eladgil)
  • Lessons learned from Fred Wilson. (bothsidesofthetable)
  • Small investors blame losses on brokers they once trusted (finance.yahoo)
  • Now That Ben Bernanke Is Blogging, Here’s What He Should Write About (nytimes)
  • Why won’t people stop selling PIMCO funds? (Institutional Investor)
  • Do mutual fund managers who eat their own cooking outperform? (Morningstar)
  • Why won’t people stop selling PIMCO funds? (Institutional Investor)
  • Do mutual fund managers who eat their own cooking outperform? (Morningstar)
  • Regulators are scrutinizing smart beta strategies and new index products for risks (CIO)
  • A Shrewd Oil Call Reverses Fortunes for Lucky Few (wsj)
  • “how many Advisors have left the RIA model to move to a BD? I’m sure there are a few, but not many. It’s like climbing over the Berlin Wall, once you get over, your’re not going back.” (AdvisorHUB)
  • Adding momentum to a socially responsible investing strategy. (dualmomentum)
  • Your bond allocation doesn’t matter as much as you think. (econompicdata.blogspot)
  • Another private equity genius with the facade ripped away. Can’t bullshit everyone forever. (Fortune)
  • McDonald’s coming to its senses, will test all-day breakfast. (USA Today)
  • Chinese investors are opening brokerage accounts like crazy (BCA Research)
  • Holawhat? Meet The Alt-Management System Invented By A Programmer And Used By Zappos (fastcompany)
  • How Would Lynn Tilton Punish Lynn Tilton? (Dealbreaker)
  • Equity crowdfunding will soon be a reality. (entrepreneur)
  • Here Is a List of Celebrities Who Are Already on Meerkat and Periscope (adweek)
  • The World In ‘Scope (social.techcrunch)
  • How important is diversification for investment in managed futures? (campbell)
  • Fabrice Grinda on the state of venture capital in 2015. (techcrunch)
  • China’s stock market sure looks like a bubble (washingtonpost)
  • Where there’s a will there’s a way: investors are buying exposure to still private companies like Palantir. (wsj)
  • Jay Z Reveals Plans for Tidal, a Streaming Music Service (nytimes)
  • Wall Street wooing millennial brokerage recruits by telling them it’s not a sales job (Wall Street Journal)
  • Wall Street wooing millennial brokerage recruits by telling them it’s not a sales job (Wall Street Journal)
  • Want to avoid a bear market? (theirrelevantinvestor.tumblr)
  • The shut-in economy, where everything is delivered to self-important techno-dicks (Medium)
  • Regulators are scrutinizing smart beta strategies and new index products for risks (CIO)
  • Check out our automated advisory service, Liftoff! (Liftoff)
  • Bern Bernanke is blogging now: Why are interest rates so low? (Brookings)
  • Why won’t people stop selling PIMCO funds? (Institutional Investor)
  • “you’re bound to have competing ideologies at times depending on where we are in the investment cycle.” (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • Do mutual fund managers who eat their own cooking outperform? (Morningstar)
  • Andy’s technical rundown is a great place to start your week (AThrasher)
  • Why this spring’s market selloff doesn’t look like last spring’s (Wall Street Journal)
  • How DIY Bond Traders Displaced Wall Street’s Hot Shot Bond Dealers (Bloomberg)
  • “how many Advisors have left the RIA model to move to a BD? I’m sure there are a few, but not many. It’s like climbing over the Berlin Wall, once you get over, your’re not going back.” (AdvisorHUB)
  • If you enter a bid of $1.01 to buy the New York Daily News, you might actually get it (Reuters)
  • Are index fund investors smarter? (well, certainly better behaved) (MarketWatch)
  • Foregoing gains today for liquidity tomorrow (LinkedIn)
  • McDonald’s coming to its senses, will test all-day breakfast. (USA Today)
  • How Would Lynn Tilton Punish Lynn Tilton? (Dealbreaker)
  • Why we utilize tactical strategies for our wealth management clients (Irrelevant Investor)
  • Another private equity genius with the facade ripped away. Can’t bullshit everyone forever. (Fortune)
  • Wall Street wooing millennial brokerage recruits by telling them it’s not a sales job (Wall Street Journal)
  • Has the Market Punished S&P 500 Companies with Higher Global Exposure? (Factset)
  • Rick Ferri’s 30 Year Market Forecast (ETF.com)
  • Tadas talks to Carl Richards about his new book (Abnormal Returns)
  • Is your broker working against you and your interests? (MarketWatch)
  • Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, we’re going to start fetishizing “Generation Z” now (New York Times)
  • Tim Cook on Indiana’s new discrimination law (Washington Post)
  • Chinese investors are opening brokerage accounts like crazy (BCA Research)
  • If these six cylinders don’t revive the Euro economy, then nothing will. (Dr Ed’s Blog)
  • Urban Carmel’s market trends you need to be aware of (Fat Pitch)
  • The Glory Days of Private Equity Are Over (Wall Street Journal)

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