06/26/15 – Friday Interest-ing Reads

  • Everything you need to know about the insane chinese stock market bubble (thefelderreport)
  • With $21 Trillion, China’s Savers Are Set to Change the World (Bloomberg)
  • Chinese stocks crash and state-run media is silent (Bloomberg)
  • Jack Ma’s new cabin in the woods (Wall Street Journal)
  • Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks collapse by 20% from their recent highs (Wall Street Journal)
  • Fred Wilson on the profits vs growth puzzle (A VC)
  • Speed listening is the new speed reading. (theatlantic)
  • An interesting discussion with Al Roth, Nobel prize winning economist, and author of “Who Gets What—and Why: The New Economics of Matchmaking and Market Design.”* (freakonomics)
  • The fundamentals driving the biotech stocksplosion (Indexology)
  • Who’s the best CEO in banking? It’s not who you think… (Bloomberg)
  • Highlights (lowlights?) from SPIVA’s active management scorecard, mid-year update (ETF.com)
  • Housel: Investing is a great way to learn about human behavior — and about yourself (wsj)
  • Here’s What Happens to Your Stock Market After Suffering a Trouncing Like Greece: If history is any guide, Greek stock investors will likely have a long wait to make their money back (bloomberg)
  • How Chris Pratt stopped being the fat guy and took over Hollywood (Mens Health)
  • Marc Maron talks with President Obama. (wtfpod)
  • Dan Primack interviews Marc Andreessen. (a16z)
  • Dave Nadig talks with Ari Weinberg about the SEC’s approach to ETPs. (etfgurus)
  • Building a Better Valve: A new approach to replacing narrowed heart valves (nytimes)
  • Bush vs Clinton 2: How two political dynasties captured the American people (newstatesman)
  • In search of the cause of the next Great Recession. (npr)
  • The Fear Factor Behind Stock Prices (bloombergview)
  • Brian Koppelman talks with Chuck Todd of NBC’s Meet the Press. (slate)
  • Angela Merkel: another round of negotiations among the eurozone’s finance chiefs on Saturday should have a “decisive significance.” LOL (Wall Street Journal)
  • How Israel defies drought (csmonitor)
  • Consuelo Mack talks with Burton Malkiel about Rebalance IRA. (wealthtrack)
  • Behind the scenes: How KFC really makes their fried chicken (Gizmodo)
  • Barry Ritholtz talks with venture capitalist/philanthropist Nick Hanauer. (bloomberg)
  • With All Due Respect, Mr. Icahn (theirrelevantinvestor.tumblr)
  • Scientific Retractions are on the Rise, and That May Be a Good Thing (priceonomics)
  • How hedge-fund geniuses got beaten by dart throwing monkeys — again (marketwatch)
  • What it was like for Marc Maron to interview President Obama. (slate)
  • Roben Farzad talks with Felix Salmon. (soundcloud)
  • Terrorist claiming IS affiliation beheads a a factory worker in France, puts his head on a spike (Sky News)
  • A discussion with Ben Carlson author of “A Wealth of Common Sense: Why Simplicity Trumps Complexity in Any Investment Plan.”* (etfstore)
  • Jurassic World: 7 reminders for investors (fortune)
  • Jeremy Grantham: Markets Headed to ‘Bubbleland,’ (blogs.wsj)

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