06/05/17 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • What’s next for Vanguard on the ETF front? (etf)
  • If Corporations Are People, They Can Be Bad at Times (bloomberg)
  • The Bloody Fight for ETF Scraps Is About to Get Even Worse (Bloomberg)
  • The world’s cheapest ETF portfolio just got cheaper. (etf)
  • Some tips on how to successfully launch a new ETF. (etf)
  • Is it "worth it" to get your CFA? Michael weighs in: (The Irrelevant Investor)
  • This Indicator Predicted Past 7 Recessions. What It Says Now (cnbc)
  • What Sluggish Summer Trading Means for Stock Market (marketwatch)
  • Today at 1pm ET – Tim Cook’s keynote at WWDC. Your preview: (Recode)
  • Active Managers Are Trying to Achieve the Impossible (realclear)
  • #Fakenews: Sorry, a Time Magazine Cover Did Not Predict a Coming Ice Age (science.time)
  • What the End of the Oil Era Means for You (marketwatch)
  • How to evaluate smart beta ETFs. (etf)
  • A Disciplined Hand Defies the Urge to Cut Losses: Wesley Gray’s Alpha Architect is an upstart active investment manager that tripled its assets last year (wsj)
  • I’m Just Here For The Rihanna-Kevin Durant Feud (deadspin)
  • You Can’t Argue With China’s Stupendous Success (realclearmarkets)
  • The Paris Catastrophe (nybooks)
  • Where are all the space hotels? Why smart people make terrible forecasts. (csmonitor)
  • Saudi-Led Alliance Cuts Ties With Qatar (Bloomberg)
  • May Unemployment Is a Big Whiff That Means Very Little (realclear)
  • The biggest emerging market equity ETFs have very different holdings. (marketwatch)
  • ETF statistics for April 2017 show nearly $3 trillion in US AUM. (investwithanedge)
  • Bulls Are Now Tightening Their Grip on the Stock Market (marketwatch)
  • Strange Currencies And Barter 101 (wordpress)
  • No Workers = No Growth (themoneyillusion)
  • Do Optimists or Pessimists Manage Their Money Better? (finance.yahoo)
  • 5 myths about ETFs. (thinkadvisor)
  • Adding to CT’s Woes, Hartford Loses Signature Company (city-journal)
  • Here Are 3 Cheap 5% Dividends To Buy Now And 3 To Avoid (forbes)
  • Comparing the mega-cap ETFs. (investwithanedge)
  • Fred Wilson: Some lessons from being hacked (A VC)
  • If Jobless Rate Is So Low, Why Do Americans Feel So Bad? (usatoday)
  • While Boeing & Bombardier Bicker, the Citizenry Gets Burned (realclearmarkets)
  • Did Marissa Mayer Earn Her $900k A Week Paycheck? (cnbc)
  • Passive funds are on pace to eat the entire US stock market by 2030 (Quartz)
  • Thinking Through a Change in Asset Allocation (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • Malls of the Future: Nothing More Than Parking Lots for Uber, Amazon? (thestreet)
  • Why Aren’t American Teenagers Working Anymore? (bloomberg)
  • A New Economic Agenda from Democrats Emerges (nytimes)
  • Growing Trouble in America’s Country Club as Businesses Flee (slate)
  • Anxious About the Economy? It’ll Still Set a Record (bloomberg)
  • Top Risks 2017: No. 1 is an “Independent America” (eurasiagroup)
  • Mutual funds that go to great lengths to hedge risk do even worse (Evidence Based Investor)
  • The Global Recovery’s Downside Risks (project-syndicate)
  • The Incredible Shrinking Consumer: The Surprising Threat to the American Economy (barrons)
  • America’s Latest Invented Crisis: ‘Forgotten’ Rural Americans (forbes)
  • Is the Unemployment Rate Real, or What? (theatlantic)
  • Another hot manager becomes a debacle (Bloomberg)
  • The Principal Active Global Dividend Income ETF ($GDV) is the biggest ETF launch YTD. (etf)
  • The Radial Tire Lesson for Silicon Valley (wsj)
  • The smart beta push is on in bond ETF-land. (ft)
  • 3 Dividend Stocks Perfect for Retirement (fool)
  • Facebook Is Broken (techcrunch)
  • Public Policy, Profits, and Populism (researchaffiliates)
  • Barry: Vanguard Actually Is Good at What It Does (Bloomberg View)

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