05/24/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • TIPS-implied inflation is ticking down in front of the June Fed meeting. (capitalspectator)
  • The passive/active debate is over. (thinkadvisor)
  • Vanguard’s first ETF is 15 years old. (vanguardblog)
  • Inside the “black box” of venture capital. (austinstartups)
  • Warehouses are the new malls. (bloomberg)
  • Not every startup should be venture backed. (medium)
  • MBA generalists get better deals than specialists. (hbr)
  • Emotional Intelligence is not enough. (fastcompany)
  • The yield curve is flattening as the world economy goes flat. (blogs.wsj)
  • Goldman Sachs ($GS) is not standing still as fintech expands. (cnbc)
  • Do startups have a drinking problem? (backchannel)
  • Early is the same as being wrong: the case of some hedge funds that missed out on a windfall. (bloomberg)
  • The economic arguments against Brexit. (newyorker)
  • Understanding the different kinds of angel investors. (medium)
  • The ‘holy grail’ for the Apple ($AAPL) Watch is more health sensors. (businessinsider)
  • The last eight companies to lose their AAA ratings. (next.ft)
  • Emerging markets are not as inefficient as active managers would have you believe. (advisorperspectives)
  • European activist investors go about their business differently. (next.ft)
  • The big data approach to inflation measurement is providing us with valuable insights. (timharford)
  • Why is the number of US startups falling? (washingtonpost)
  • Transportation was weak in June. (bonddad.blogspot)
  • The 3 C’s for picking alternative funds. (thinkadvisor)
  • So-called ‘wide moat companies’ are generally legacy businesses. (basehitinvesting)
  • When does spin become lying? The challenge of being a VC. (fastcompany)
  • Lessons learned from 20 years of angel investing. (2-speed)
  • 140 no more. Twitter ($TWTR) is loosening its restriction on tweet length. (recode)
  • Startup employees have a hard time getting a peek at the company’s books. (wsj)
  • Low-vol stocks have become high vol. (bloomberg)
  • Is your business right for venture capital? (pointsandfigures)

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