05/11/17 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • How High Can Rates Go? (knowledgeleaderscapital)
  • The Main Reasons Investors Shouldn’t Sell in May (realclear)
  • The ‘Ultimate’ Buy-and-Hold Strategy for Investors (marketwatch)
  • These Are the Top 10 Highest-Paid Executives for 2016 (bloomberg)
  • This Is the 5-Word Message That Got a Citi Trader Fired (bloomberg)
  • John Malone is not all that concerned about the state of cable. (ft)
  • How to Predict If a Borrower Will Pay You Back (nymag)
  • A Nightmare Scenario Is Beginning for Ford and GM (yahoo)
  • Tick-Tock-Tick … The Clock Is Ticking For Tax Reform (forbes)
  • The UK is fining robocallers, big time. (qz)
  • When fiction becomes reality: "Silicon Valley" star Thomas Middleditch became an angel investor. (bloomberg)
  • Earnings: Small Is Beautiful (yardeni)
  • Should Investors Worry About Markets Lack of Worry? (co)
  • Don’t Wait For Recessions To Sell Stocks (marketwatch)
  • Europe Dodges a Big Bullet, But Far Right Dangers Still Remain (reuters)
  • The Minimum Wage Eats Restaurants (wsj)
  • Sonos is working on an Alexa tie-in but needs to think bigger. (feld)
  • Maple, the high profile food delivery startup, is no more. (qz)
  • Here Is Why the Stock Market Isn’t Freaking Out Over Comey (marketwatch)
  • How to combat cell phone robocallers. (nytimes)
  • Curiosity is Better Than Knowledge (themission.co)
  • It Took a Century to Create the Weekend—a Decade to Kill It (qz)
  • Apple ($AAPL) is dragging Taiwan parts suppliers higher. (ft)
  • The Q1 Reversal Was a Mere Pullback, and Growth Will Resume (commonwealth)
  • What founders can learn from each other, up to a point. (avc)
  • Buying Into the Turmoil: Investors Embrace the Risks (nytimes)
  • All successful founders need this one characteristic: intellectual humility. (qz)
  • Bye-Bye! Aetna to Obamacare: We Are Getting Out of Here (cnn)
  • The meditation app space seems crowded. (venturebeat)
  • The story of Bank of the Ozarks ($OZRK) CEO George Gleason. (oldschoolvalue)
  • 4 Charts: How Tiny Changes in Fees Can Devastate Your Retirement (businessinsider)
  • Delphi ($DLPH) wants to shed its powertrain business. (stockspinoffs)
  • Snap Lays a Big Stinky Egg Hatched Out of Twitter’s Nest (reuters)
  • Seedrs, the UK’s second-largest crowdfunding company, will next month launch a secondary market for shares bought on its website. (ft)
  • Buffett: U.S. ‘Out Of Whack’ on Healthcare More Than Taxes (forbes)
  • Hulu has gotten the closest to nailing Internet TV. (wsj)
  •  Comey’s Firing Came as Investigators Stepped Up Russia Probe (wsj)
  • Americans Leaving California, Illinois & New York (mises)
  • Why investors prefer shale-only oil plays. (bloomberg)
  • North Korea learned how to test nukes from the U.S. (news.vice)
  • 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest (theatlantic)
  • Why Apple ($AAPL) and Google ($GOOGL) should create their own ‘skinny bundle.’ (businessinsider)
  • How Pixar’s Billions Mock Fear of IP Theft, Robots,& Recessions (realclearmarkets)
  • This Stock Market Still Has Room to Run (barrons)
  • Dalbar 2016 QAIB: Investors Are Still Their Own Worst Enemy (ifa)
  • Dividends are not guaranteed. (monevator)
  • Pressure Is Building on the Federal Reserve to Raise Rates Faster (bloomberg)
  • Weekly initial unemployment claims continue to plumb new lows. (calculatedriskblog)
  • What role angels, seed and VCs play. (pointsandfigures)
  • Why Is an NBA Team Trying to Become Tech’s Next Big Incubator? (redef)
  • Concerns Over China Are Greatly Exaggerated (institutionalinvestor)
  • Most U.S. Employed Adults Plan to Work Past Retirement Age (gallup)
  • Gridlock at the FTC Prolongs D.C.’s Regulatory Status Quo (realclearmarkets)
  • You’ve Got a Bad Credit Score? Good Luck Getting a Date! (marketwatch)
  • Red Tape: The Biggest Barrier to Rebuilding US Infrastructure (thefiscaltimes)
  • Entrepreneurs should bootstrap as long as possible to maintain optionality. (medium)
  • Now We Worry (wordpress)
  • Why you need to understand the (tough) math of micro-VC. (medium)
  • Having a thesis about a sector will help you sort the signal from the noise. (avc)
  • Gross Domestic Product, Trade, and the Markets (cumber)

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