06/10/15 – Wednesday Interest-ing Reads

  • Why Sushi Is One of the Most American Things You Can Eat (munchies.vice)
  • The trouble with chasing dividend yield is that it can lead you into a junk yard (Research Affiliates )
  • CoreLogic: “Number of Loans in Foreclosure Lowest Since 2007” (Calculated Risk)
  • Tech Startups Woo Investors With Unconventional Financial Terms — but Do Numbers Add Up? Critics say the practice is inflating some companies’ valuations (wsj)
  • Gundlach still not buying the rate hike – probability less than 50% (Reuters)
  • Calling the Turns: Why Market Timing Is So Hard (researchaffiliates)
  • Calling the Turns: Why Market Timing Is So Hard (researchaffiliates)
  • Privacy vs. User Experience (dcurt.is)
  • These Are Global Banking’s Winners and Losers Since the Crisis (Bloomberg)
  • Are You a Closet Technician? (theirrelevantinvestor.tumblr)
  • Walmart Raised Wages In April. It’s Already Seeing The Benefits. (ThinkProgress)
  • Top 25 Highest-Rated CEOs in America, as Judged by Their Employees (bloomberg)
  • Number of US job openings jumped to a 15-year high in April (bigstory.ap)
  • Trade setup: Buy the banks into the FOMC (Dragonfly Capital)
  • Concussions in the NFL: Are players beginning to value their brains more than the game? (behindthesteelcurtain)
  • China stocks will have to wait to join big MSCI index (MarketWatch)
  • Iceland put bankers in jail rather than bailing them out — and it worked (vox)
  • Larry Swedroe adds a new tome to his “must-read books for serious investors” list (ETF.com)
  • Sorkin: Not all M&A is driven by optimism (DealBook)
  • Stephen Schwarzman: How the next crisis will happen (Wall Street Journal)
  • Where Uber and Amazon rule: welcome to the world of the platform (theguardian)
  • Steve Cohen sells at the top, in all aspects of life. (Page Six)
  • Job Openings Rise to Record (blogs.wsj)
  • Warren Buffett Is Winning Fans in China: Growing enthusiasm about stocks adds to interest in Berkshire Hathaway CEO (wsj)
  • Bill Gross tweets out a “Reverse Head n’ Shoulders” call on bond yields (ValueWalk)
  • The Online Privacy Lie Is Unraveling (social.techcrunch)

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