04/29/15 – Wednesday Interest-ing Reads

  • How do “high carry assets” react to higher interest rates? (blog.thinknewfound)
  • NFL Will End Its Tax-Exempt Status, Goodell Tells Owners (bloomberg)
  • AIG ($AIG) experienced liquidity and solvency issues back in 2008. (papers.ssrn)
  • Lessons learned from a most modest millionaire investor. (washingtonpost)
  • The Street loses faith in Twitter after a messy first quarter (TRB)
  • Margin debt doesn’t tell us much about the state of the stock market. (ritholtz)
  • The stock market can be calm for a long time…until it isn’t. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • How big a threat is Airbnb to the hospitality industry? (fortune)
  • How Ray Dalio deals with uncertainty. (businessinsider)
  • Why you are unlikely to escape your high paying finance job. (news.efinancialcareers)
  • Saudi Arabia’s Solution to Global Oil Glut: Pump Even More Crude (bloomberg)
  • NASA Research Suggests Mars Once Had More Water Than Arctic Ocean (nasa.gov)
  • Here’s what all 32 NFL teams will try to accomplish at the draft (Wall Street Journal)
  • Millennials Are Moving Out of Basements and Into Apartments (bloomberg)
  • The ETF Deathwatch for April 2015. (investwithanedge)
  • It’s Fed Day, homey. (Wall Street Journal)
  • Oh you’re surprised to learn that the Clintons are hustlers? (Vox)
  • Things People Say During a Bull Market (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Four views on the impact of robo-advisors. (etf)
  • The Apple ($AAPL) Watch is not really a watch. (aboveavalon)
  • Drinking Through A Diversity Hangover: What if investors don’t want diversity in asset management? (ai-cio)
  • Twitter ($TWTR) just can’t seem to get out its own way. (howardlindzon)
  • How to invest in your child’s education. (cleareyesinvesting)
  • Expect to hear more and more about the “trolley problem.” (kottke)
  • Now you can invest like an activist with the Global X Guru Activist Index ETF ($ACTX). (bloomberg)
  • The Brutality of Police Culture in Baltimore: Abuses every bit as egregious as Ferguson. (theatlantic)
  • What longer life spans mean for your money and your career. (blogs.wsj)
  • What you really need to know about Baltimore, from a reporter who’s lived there for over 30 years (washingtonpost)
  • Wall Street bankers don’t understand why they’re so obviously underpaid (Bloomberg)
  • Q1 GDP was bad. The question is how much of it was weather-related? (crossingwallstreet)
  • The value gap between developed and emerging markets is at a decade-high. (ft)
  • Not all robo-advisor portfolios are created alike: comparing the portfoios. (blogs.wsj)
  • Asset location is highly assumption-dependent. (kitces)
  • Homeownership Rate Is Now the Lowest Since 1989, But There’s a Silver Lining &nbsp (blogs.wsj)
  • What was GDP growth in the first quarter? There wasn’t any. (Bloomberg)
  • Doing the math on becoming a 401(k) millionaire. (news.morningstar)
  • Does it matter which robo-advisor when it comes to investment performance? (mebfaber)
  • Every company these days is a software company. (fortune)
  • How do you best capture the value effect? (etf)
  • Charles Schwab’s ($SCHW) robo solution relies heavily on fundamental index ETFs. (ft)
  • If you haven’t heard of livestreaming company YouNow, you will. (businessinsider)
  • Americans can’t help but borrow from their 401(k) plans. (papers.ssrn)
  • A one-fund retirement investing solution. (marketwatch)
  • I-bonds vs. TIPS: a tale of the tape. (news.morningstar)
  • NFL Gives Up Tax Break to Keep Its Secrets (bloombergview)
  • Houston Rockets send greatest tweet in the history of sports. Then stupidly apologize for it. (ESPN)
  • Covestor finds a home at Interactive Brokers ($IBKR). (riabiz)
  • Why cyberbullying is so easy. (nytimes)
  • Poland was able to sell Swiss franc denominated debt with a negative yield. (ft)
  • Is Symphony a threat to Bloomberg’s messaging function? (institutionalinvestor)
  • The supervillain’s guide to saving the internet (fredrikdeboer)
  • What does a one-page financial plan look like? (behaviorgap)
  • The Oil Rally Looks Doomed, in Five Charts (bloomberg)
  • Why universities love to hire David Swensen proteges. (wsj)
  • Three problems with your 401(k) plan. (etf)
  • Congrats to Patrick O’Shaughnessy on his rockin’ new blog format (Investor Field Guide)
  • Ben Bernanke on the Taylor Rule. (brookings.edu)

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