04/14/17 – Friday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Jordan Harbinger talks with Karen Baetzel of BattleAxe Consulting. (theartofcharm)
  • Patrick O’Shaughnessy talks with Boyd Varty author of "Cathedral in the Wild." (investorfieldguide)
  • How the Rich Seized Full Control of New York City (newrepublic)
  • Nine podcast episodes worthy of further discussion. (nytimes)
  • Manufacturing sentiment is cooling off. (blogs.wsj)
  • Filing Taxes In Japan Is a Total Breeze. Why Not Here? (nytimes)
  • Chuck Akre gets the Google Talk treatment with "The Peregrinations of an English Major Trying to Solve the Investment Puzzle." (marketfolly)
  • Why Housing Trends Could Keep U.S. Interest Rate Suppressed (bloomberg)
  • How The Dollar Affects The Stock Market (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Making the case for a surge in technology-driven productivity gains. (entropyeconomics)
  • How to get better as a writer. (blogs.cfainstitute)
  • Let’s Use United’s O’Hare Debacle to Demand Real Change (usatoday)
  • How much longer can PE hold the line on fees? (bloomberg)
  • Investors have pulled billions from the Fairholme Fund. (blogs.wsj)
  • James O’Shaughnessy author of "What Works on Wall Street" did a Google Talk. (ritholtz)
  • How to Make April 15th Just Another Day On Calendar (marketwatch)
  • Sorry, Taxpayers Are Not Subsidizing Wal-Mart’s Low Wages (investors)
  • How tech companies engineer our reactions to apps. (cbsnews)
  • Jeremy Schwartz talks with James Osborne of Bason Asset Management about new financial planning models. (soundcloud)
  • Tim Denning, "As a rule of thumb, spend more than 50% of your time creating and leave the rest of the time for consuming." (medium)
  • The markets are working off their sentiment highs. (disciplinedinvesting.blogspot)
  • Don’t Get Too Excited About the Reach of the Fed’s Targets (pimco)
  • How Canada plans to legalize pot. (bloomberg)
  • We are living in a world turned upside-down. (thereformedbroker)
  • You have to be willing to put your work out in the world. (behaviorgap)
  • Barry Ritholtz sits down for another talk with Ken Fisher. (ritholtz)
  • Why the VIX Might Not Be a Reliable ‘Fear Gauge’ Now (marketwatch)
  • There Is No Small Cap Premium (crossingwallstreet)
  • The De-Electrification of the U.S. Economy (bloomberg)
  • Why does active management have to cost so much? (bloomberg)
  • Americans Are More Positive About Their Taxes This Year (gallup)
  • Meb Faber talks with Ric Edelman author of "The Truth About Your Future: The Money Guide You Need Now, Later, and Much Later." (mebfaber)
  • A conversation with CEO of Nasdaq ($NDAQ) Adena Friedman. (shift.newco.co)
  • Tyler Cowen talks "Peak America" with James Pethokoulis. (ricochet)
  • Why Are Young Rich Dudes About To Default? (ft)
  • A winner-take-all-economy is nothing new. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Japan’s Stocks, the Economy, and Its Currency (cumber)
  • Ted Seides talks investor Steve Galbraith. (capitalallocatorspodcast)
  • Trade: Here’s a Chance for the U.S. to Start Anew with China (fortune)
  • A talk with Meb Faber about what short-term traders can learn from long-term investors. (chatwithtraders)
  • Jeremy Schwartz talks with Ben Carlson of Ritholtz Wealth Management and Nir Kaissar of Unison Advisors. (wisdomtree)
  • Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway talk market cycles with Peter Borish chief strategist at the Quad Group. (bloomberg)
  • Patrick Collison of Stripe talks with Tyler Cowen. (medium)
  • A talk with Adam Alter author of "Irresistible: the Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping us Hooked." (bigthink)
  • The Continued Failure of the War on Drugs (realclear)
  • Economic Optimism In Market Charts (blogspot)

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