05/27/15 – Wednesday Interest-ing Reads

  • “What’s one thing you’ve learned at Harvard Business School that blew your mind?” (medium)
  • How an online tool can help you plan your retirement. (blogs.wsj)
  • Robo-advisors are not going to stop at managing portfolios. (investmentnews)
  • Why finance is too much of a good thing (ft)
  • Prediction is not necessary to make money in the markets. (jonboorman)
  • Why there is no longer any comments section on TRB (Quora)
  • The deck is still stacked against the individual investor. (marketwatch)
  • Do as Mario Gabelli says not as he does. (nytimes)
  • The danger of M&A predictions. (cnbc)
  • Vox is buying tech site Re/code. (fortune)
  • Dear Buy-side. You seem very concerned about liquidity. Can I suggest paying for it? (medium)
  • Is there a way to play the momentum factor responsibly? (ETF.com)
  • How to have more courage in trading. (kirkreport)
  • What kind of financial advice would Don Draper have received? (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Ignore the anti-401(k) plan cranks. (marketwatch)
  • Robo-advisors are democratizing financial advice. (online.barrons)
  • GoDaddy Isn’t the Company You Think It Is (wired)
  • Why are American workers so reluctant to move for a new job? (cbsnews)
  • Dividends and share buybacks are pushing investment and R&D aside. (wsj)
  • No matter what the SEC does, you are your best investment advocate. (marketwatch)
  • What self-directed investors need to keep in mind. (nytimes)
  • Goldman: These Seven Megatrends Are Going to Reshape the Auto Industry (bloomberg)
  • How a recent court case could affect your retirement savings. (marketwatch)
  • Older suburbs are going through the teardown phase. (bloomberg)
  • Tech companies are gearing up for more activist investors. (wsj)
  • What is the future of Google’s ($GOOG) Android? (nytimes)
  • Don’t overstate the importance of share buybacks. (blogs.barrons)
  • Co-working is now a thing for independent advisors. (m.wealthmanagement)
  • It is tempting, of late, to take risks with short term savings. (nytimes)
  • How to manage your weaknesses. (thefelderreport)
  • China is driving emerging market performance YTD. (blogs.wsj)
  • 19 sites traders use to prepare for their day. (mikebellafiore.tumblr)
  • When Stephen Fry met Jony Ive: the self-confessed tech geek talks to Apple’s newly promoted chief design officer (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Obama Proposes One-Time 14% Tax on Overseas Earnings (wsj)
  • The world is stunned as several FIFA executives are arrested in pre-dawn raid at Swiss hotel (New York Times)
  • Vox buys Recode (New York Times)
  • The Courage of Outrageous Predictions (philpearlman)
  • How investing is like gardening. (nerdwallet)
  • How Should Investors Prepare for Rising Rates? (theirrelevantinvestor.tumblr)
  • Investors are way too bullish for the future outlook to be bright – Hulbert (MarketWatch)
  • China stock surge so crazy…it just might keep going (Yahoo Finance)
  • The four pillars of retirement savings. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Price-to-book is a meh factor. (investorfieldguide)
  • It’s too darn hard to hire a financial advisor. (kitces)
  • How is the new Wall Street Week doing? (institutionalinvestor)
  • The tax challenges of bundled asset management fees. (kitces)
  • Anthony Bourdain is joining up with a startup Roads & Kingdoms. (bloomberg)
  • Smart beta strategies are getting crowded. (ft)
  • 12 things to think about when you go solo. (marketwatch)
  • How much of the value of the Internet is captured in GDP? (marginalrevolution)
  • The case for the Japanese Yen. (marketanthropology)

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