04/03/17 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • The Stock/Bond Ratio Is Back At 2007 Peak (knowledgeleaderscapital)
  • Why Jared Kushner’s Gov’t Innovation Plans Won’t Work (fortune)
  • Follow Ritholtz Wealth on Facebook! (Facebook)
  • The March ISM manufacturing number was once again strong. (crossingwallstreet)
  • Are Your Retirement Savings at Risk? Some Basic Questions (usatoday)
  • Is Most Published Research Really False? (annualreviews)
  • Is American Dream Killing the American People? (realclearmarkets)
  • Tony Isola, "The stigma of investing like the “little guy” has led “financial elites” to make many awful decisions with their money." (tonyisola)
  • Tesla ($TSLA) now has a higher market cap than Ford ($F). (news.fastcompany)
  • Some valuable life rules. (ritholtz)
  • Facebook ($FB) shamelessly copies features from other firms. (qz)
  • What We Can Learn From the Rhode Island Miracle (washingtontimes)
  • New ESG ETFs are building in smart beta factors. (etf)
  • How Pence’s ‘Dude Dinners’ Shrink Opportunities for Women (theatlantic)
  • Is Inequality Here To Stay? (economist)
  • How DIY algorithmic trading became a thing. (wired.co.uk)
  • The Global Economy Runs On Housing Bubbles (nakedcapitalism)
  • Giving Like a Rockefeller, Even If You’re Not Superrich (nytimes)
  • An American Dream That’s Not Supported By Any History (bloomberg)
  • The number of robots sold in the U.S. will jump nearly 300 percent in nine years (Recode)
  • The Rising Retirement Perils of 401(k) "Leakage" (wsj)
  • Dyson is the Apple ($AAPL) of appliances. (nytimes)
  • Nearly 90% of actively managed funds focused on UK equities underperformed the stock market last year. (ft)
  • Meaningful work should not solely be the province of the elite. (hbr)
  • Ben on The Dependability of Cycles (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • Gold and silver lead asset class performance in Q1 (Zero Hedge)
  • ‘Fed Up’ Is the Latest Book to Miss the Fed’s Rising Irrelevance (forbes)
  • Most Investors Have Not Thought a Lot About When to Retire (gallup)
  • If GDP Is Your Number, Obama Was Bad for Econ, Growth (nypost)
  • Fastest Growing and Shrinking Fortune 500 Companies (craft.co)
  • Why Commercial Real Estate Is the Next ‘’Big Short’’ (ValueWalk)
  • Your way of life would not be remotely possible without Wall Street (Los Angeles Times)
  • ‘Bro CEOs’ and the Start-Ups That They Invariably Wreck (nytimes)
  • It was the quietest quarter for the Dow in 51 years. (wsj)
  • Apple ($AAPL) is developing its own graphics chips. (theverge)
  • How Investors Can Learn to Love a Mkt. Correction (marketwatch)
  • Planet of the Cows: Cows and people are the large animals that most dominate the environment&#xA0 (spectrum.ieee)
  • Is There Value In Revisting the Lehman Bros. Collapse? (realclear)
  • Congrats to all the 2016 ETF.com Award winners (etf)
  • U.S. sweeping up Russian hackers in a broad global dragnet (mcclatchydc)
  • Quotes from Capitalists that Inadvertently Provide Support for Communism (facebook)
  • How the new Active Alts Contrarian ETF ($SQZZ) could make money through securities lending. (etf)
  • Fidelity is pushing into the overseas ETF business. (ft)
  • How responsible is the Fed for the current state of the stock market? (dealbreaker)
  • Socialistic Tendencies of the Sports Team Owners (nationalreview)
  • Why again did Amazon ($AMZN) shut down Quidsi? (recode)
  • Morningstar ($MORN) is pushing hard into the mutual fund business. (mutualfundobserver)
  • Oil Companies’ Modest Prize: Breaking Even (Wall Street Journal)
  • Apple ($AAPL) wants to sell more premium subscriptions, i.e. HBO, Showtime, via a bundle. (recode)
  • April is historically a great month for stocks. Why you should ignore this fact. (theirrelevantinvestor)
  • Foreign equities led asset class performance in March 2017. (capitalspectator)
  • How to find your missing keys. (nytimes)
  • The “basketization” of investment products shows little sign of slowing down. (thefinancialrevolutionist)
  • "More than 1 million people moved out of the New York area to another part of the country since 2010" (New York Post)
  • Some example of liquid alt ETFs. (investwithanedge)
  • Preparing For The Next Bear Market (awealthofcommonsense)
  • 3x leverage crude oil ETFs just can’t be killed. (blogs.wsj)
  • Hard data and soft data are diverging: which should we believe? (ft)
  • Chinese corporate bond yields are on the rise. (bloomberg)
  • The Power Of Oil (alhambrapartners)
  • Common Money Wasters: Don’t Be Fooled! (schwab)
  • Active Managers Stage a Comeback (wsj)
  • Single Payer Care Is Fool’s Gold For California (investors)
  • Factor ETFs are not going to arbitrage away factor premiums. (robeco)
  • Australia has a coal problem. (bloomberg)

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