04/10/17 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Warnings About National Debt May Understate the Problem (thefiscaltimes)
  • This the new world’s cheapest ETF portfolio. (etf)
  • US College Debt Bubble Is Becoming Dangerous (cnbc)
  • Why There Are So Many Zombie American Buildings Now (nypost)
  • Can you use Twitter sentiment data to trade forex? (bloomberg)
  • Outlook grows dimmer for stock-picking fund managers (latimes)
  • There is now a medical marijuana ETF. (moneybadger.stocktwits)
  • HMC alumni have not done all that great in the real world. (institutionalinvestor)
  • How Stephen Colbert Finally Found His Elusive Groove (nytimes)
  • Couple That Saved $1M to Retire Early Share #1 Saving Tip (cnbc)
  • Taxifornia Does It Again With Biggest Tax Hike Yet (investors)
  • The Four Main Market Implications of Easier Regulations (gsam)
  • This is the year of retail bankruptcies. (businessinsider)
  • Its Tax System Actually Unites American People (realclearmarkets)
  •  Stock Analysts’ Biases Are Showing, a Study Finds (wsj)
  • Bonds are oversold. (theatlasinvestor)
  • The Economy May Be Stuck In a Near-Zero World (nytimes)
  • Reflation? 10-Year Treasury Yields May Still Drop to 1% (marketwatch)
  • Investors are not really abusing their ETFs. (marketwatch)
  • The Importance of Tax-Efficient Investing (schwab)
  • Non-transparent ETFs are inching towards approval. (bloomberg)
  • Why total market stock funds make sense. (wsj)
  • Why is the retail meltdown hitting in 2017? (theatlantic)
  • Lumber prices are on the rise. (calculatedriskblog)
  • But the long term picture is still bleak. (blog.thinknewfound)
  • How Government Makes Poor People Even Poorer (washingtontimes)
  • Four reasons why insitutional investors lean towards complex investments. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Here is the Invest With an Edge 2017 ETF Field Guide. (investwithanedge)
  • The False Promise of the Gig Economy (nytimes)
  • Saudi Arabia Vs. Russia: The Next Oil Price War? (oilprice)
  • How an Unprecedented Heist Hijacked a Bank’s Entire Online Operation (wired)
  • A Foreign Threat to U.S. Treasuries That Dwarfs the Fed’s Debt Hoard (bloomberg)
  • Impressive Market Resilience Shouldn’t Be Taken for Granted (bloomberg)
  • Rich Americans live up to 15 years longer than poor peers, studies find (theguardian)
  • A profile of Dave Pell, internet news impresario. (blog.getrevue.co)
  • Jared Kushner Is More an Economic Populist Than Steve Bannon (nymag)
  • Forget Politics, Earnings Will Drive Stocks Ever Higher (marketwatch)
  • Credit: Approaching A Tipping Point (acting-man)
  • A Gov’t Shutdown Is Not Something for Investors to Fear (marketwatch)
  • Commodities are not a buy-and-hold investment. (wsj)
  • Globalization: It’s a Big Planet (bloomberg)
  • Some Fairly Easy Ways to Boost Retirement Income (usatoday)
  • The iPad Turnaround Is Coming (mondaynote)
  • Breaking Up the Banks Offers a Lot to Like (bloomberg)
  • Seasonal Adjustments Cloud the Latest Unemployment Report (realclear)
  • Common stock investors are "starved for growth." (blog.getrevue.co)
  • Great Debt Unwind: Consumer Bankruptcies Jump (nakedcapitalism)
  • The $26B Woman Whom Men Bet Would Fail (nytimes)
  • Cash isn’t going anywhere yet. (wsj)
  • Spain’s ‘Wasted Generation’ Tells Sad Story of American Error (forbes)
  • Job interviews are pretty much useless. (nytimes)
  • Is Our Social Security Sustainable? Let’s Do The Math (forbes)
  • Dear Tech Bros: It’s not a PR problem at Uber (or Yahoo or any of it) (recode)
  • Just because you can create 3x leveraged crude oil ETFs doesn’t mean you should. (sl-advisors)
  •  David Letterman’s Rock Hall Induction Speech for Pearl Jam Was the Best of the Night (vulture)

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