05/10/17 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • What’s Going on Between Goldman & the Federal Government? (nypost)
  • PE wants to re-negotiate loan terms. Good luck saying no. (ft)
  • TPP 2.0 May Be On the Way; U.S. On the Sidelines (realclearmarkets)
  • Closing the self-awareness gap (abnormalreturns)
  • Barry’s Cashing In Now (popehat)
  • Comey’s Firing Is — and Isn’t — Like Nixon’s Saturday Night Massacre (newyorker)
  • The most interesting thing about the Warren Buffett-Ted Seides bet. (ritholtz)
  • The Feds Turn a Blind Eye to Goldman Sachs’s Game (thefiscaltimes)
  • Why Federal Workers Out-Earn Private Sector (realclearinvestigations)
  • Interest continues to grow, no pun intended, in farmland investing. (allaboutalpha)
  • Being a landlord sucks. (financialsamurai)
  • Those best places to move in retirement lists are entirely subjective. (nytimes)
  • This portfolio manager reads A LOT. (climateerinvest.blogspot)
  • Coffee shops are turning off wi-fi. (nytimes)
  • Questions to ask your adviser about fees. (wsj)
  • Do market cap-weighted indices reflect the truth? (ETF.com)
  • The bull case for robo-advisers. (beta.morningstar)
  • How GestaltU’s Tactical Permanent Portfolio tries to improve on the Permanent Portfolio. (allocatesmartly)
  • Why it’s so hard to concentrate at work. (wsj)
  • ‘It’s Very Hard To Find a Good Man Here’ (theatlantic)
  • Can France Break Out of Its Long Economic Slump? (realclearmarkets)
  • Thoughts on the Eerie Calm That Shrouds Markets (realclearmarkets)
  • How Homeownership Became An Engine of U.S. Inequality (nytimes)
  • The $9 Trillion Question: What Happens When Central Banks Stop Buying Bonds? (Wall Street Journal)
  • How Houston has become the most diverse place in America (latimes)
  • It’s a Sellers Market, Has Anyone Told the Sellers? (realclear)
  • Those who were bearish on housing in 2014 were clearly wrong. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Curiosity>Knowledge. (medium)
  • Are you following Ritholtz Wealth on Twitter? You should, we’re crushing it (Twitter)
  • Fancy Prisons for Billionaires Reshaping Manhattan Skyline (nymag)
  • How Much Can You Safely Spend in Retirement? (schwab)
  • The case for retiring (a little) early. (whitecoatinvestor)
  • The Bogle Formula predicts low, like really low, equity returns going forward. (mebfaber)
  •  The Surprising Losers From the VIX’s Decline (wsj)
  • The Stock Market Is Weirdly Calm. Here’s a Theory of Why. (nytimes)
  • What we’ve got here is a failure to filter, funds that is. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • The definitive guide to writing a personal newsletter. (medium)
  • Some Reasons to Be Bullish (realclear)
  • Imagine being conflicted about which is the right side here? It would almost require your entire head to be bandaged from a fall. (New York Times)
  •  People Lie, But Search Data Tell the Truth (bloomberg)
  • Never Listen to Investing Experts’ Short-Term Opinions (marketwatch)
  • With volatility so low maybe its time to rebalance. (capitalspectator)
  • Don’t let anyone tell you that your financial goals aren’t the right ones. (monevator)
  • Harold Pollack, co-author of "The Index Card", answers 20 questions about money. (mag.uchicago.edu)
  • Why so many investors end up with "mutual fund salad." (thereformedbroker)
  • CNN exclusive: Grand jury subpoenas issued in FBI’s Russia investigation (CNN)
  • Baruch College is a hotbed for quant trading talent. (wsj)
  • Bernanke, Yellen, Warsh, Etc., Etc. (alhambrapartners)
  • A Eurocrat Who Makes Corporate America Tremble (bloomberg)
  • The Most Surprising Star in NBA History (wsj)

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