06/21/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Warren Buffett made his reputation before he ever bought Berkshire Hathaway ($BRKA). (theirrelevantinvestor)
  • If you have to fund raise you might as well enjoy the process. (forbes)
  • “Think about it: If there were clear causality between news stories and price action, then traders would have been replaced by reporters long ago.” (Price Action Lab)
  • A VC firm in London went public. (fortune)
  • The S&P 500 is not broadly overvalued. (valueplays)
  • What R&D Execs Can Learn from Led Zeppelin (Observer)
  • Hedge fund incentives should have a hurdle rate. (allaboutalpha)
  • CNBC has a reality show about Cleveland in the works, produced by LBJ (Washington Post)
  • Asset allocation is more important than security selection – here are the facts: (GestaltU)
  • Can a presidential campaign file for Chapter 11? Asking for a friend. (New York Times)
  • Apple ($AAPL) Music is doing just fine. (asymco)
  • Uber and Lyft left Austin, Texas. What happened next. (theatlantic)
  • Why Uber keeps raising so much money. (nytimes)
  • SnapChat has nicely set itself up for an IPO. (techcrunch)
  • Transferwise is a fintech success story for London. (bloomberg)
  • The Fed’s communication has now jumped the tracks, no one knows what to think (Reuters)
  • This Lululemon ($LULU) story is just weird. (thestreet)
  • Is Slack the future of the social web? (theatlantic)
  • The yield curve continues to flatten. (bespokepremium)
  • Do not miss Mark Dow on the emerging markets sweet spot (ETF.com)
  • Sling TV makes the Apple ($AAPL) TV way more useful for cord cutters. (time)
  • The ETF Deathwatch for June 2016 grew. (investwithanedge)
  • For Apple, India is about to become the new China (New York Times)
  • So you want to start your own venture fund? (medium)
  • Words to live by: read, write and serve others. (wilowallstreet)
  • One area where humans still matter: big block equity trades. (bloomberg)
  • How Tomasz Tunguz became a star VC blogger. (businessinsider)
  • Wal-Mart takes a stake in Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com (Benzinga)
  • Startups are addicted to jargon. (qz)
  • Cameron Hight, “Organizations cannot improve without systematic and data-driven assessments of their personnel.” (blog.alphatheory)
  • Why are US males dropping out of the work force? (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Why experienced entrepreneurs can bypass VC. (businessinsider)

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