06/30/17 – Friday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Keystone Comes A Cropper (alhambrapartners)
  • Jesse Felder talks with Todd Harrison about his new investment direction. (thefelderreport)
  • Feel Good About the Markets? Maybe You Shouldn’t Read This (nytimes)
  • Barry Ritholtz speaks with Prof. Anindya Ghose author of "Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy." (ritholtz)
  • Made in America: Bad News and the Good Bad News (nytimes)
  • Commuter Hell, Thought Leaders and Better Grilling – Barry Ritholtz (bloomberg)
  • CWS Market Review – June 30, 2017 – Eddy Elfenbein (crossingwallstreet)
  • The Truth About Immigrants and Benefits from Government (thenation)
  • A Short History of Radio Explains iPhone’s Success (hbr)
  • Mishaps, Blue Aprons and Greenshoes – Matt Levine (bloomberg)
  • Why Tapping Into Retirement Plans Can Make Sense (usatoday)
  • Why Fredric Bastiat Is Relevant As Ever (fee)
  • Investors Are Spooked by Policy Interplay in Washington, D.C. (marketwatch)
  • Monish Pabrai gives a Google Talk on the downside of individual stock research. (youtube)
  • Bruce Berkowitz Seeks Return to Glory by Betting on Sears: Previous fund manager of the decade has seen his fund’s assets shrink 89% since 2011 (wsj)
  • Make Progress Exciting Again: A Big Bang Theory of Capitalism (weeklystandard)
  • Changing your mind is hard but oftentimes is worth it. (pca.st)
  • Marc Maron talks with one of the funniest people alive: Jason Mantzoukas. (wtfpod)
  • Further reading – Kadhim Shubber (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Do meditation apps really work? A discussion with Headspace CEO Rich Pierson with Kara Swisher and Lauren Goode. (recode)
  • Three Reasons To Expect A Stronger Euro (knowledgeleaderscapital)
  • The Prize and the Price of the Fed’s Opportunistic Tightening (pimco)
  • Four Problems Looming Over Historic U.S. Expansion (blogs.wsj)
  • Tim Ferriss talks with Blake Mycoskie the founder of TOMS. (tim.blog)
  • Why the Child Tax Credit Isn’t Enough to Help Working Families (aei)
  • The Run On the Dollar and Yen Continues (realclearmarkets)
  • America Obsesses About a Russia That’s Stuck In the 1970s (bloomberg)
  • Part 2 of a discussion with Charles Koch of Koch Industries. (freakonomics)
  • Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway talk with the real-life Wendy Rhoades, Dr. Brett Steenbarger. (bloomberg)
  • How to Use Loyalty Points to Travel Like a Millionaire (newyorker)
  • Penn Station Is New York’s Commuter Hell, and It’s About to Get Worse (bloomberg)
  • James Altucher talks with Fred Stoller author of the new book "Five Minutes to Kill." (jamesaltucher)
  • James Altucher talks with Charlie Hoehn about getting past stress and anxiety. (medium)
  • Thirteen Ways to Instantly Become Better at Grilling (bloomberg)
  • Weekend Reads for Investors: Wake Up from the Summer Doldrums Edition – Jason Voss (blogs.cfainstitute)
  • Michael Covel talks with Anthony Tjan author of “Good People: The Only Leadership Decision That Really Matters.” (trendfollowingradio)
  • Brett McKay talks with Bill Irvine author of "A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy." (artofmanliness)
  • Economists’ Famous Last Words (blogspot)
  • The U.S. Needs to Fight Global Abuse of Antitrust (investors)
  • Russ Roberts talks with Robin Feldman author of "Drug Wars: How Big Pharma Raises Prices and Keeps Generics Off the Market." (econtalk)
  • Kids These Days: Why Don’t They Work Summers? (time)
  • Bill Simmons talks with Judd Apatow about standup comedy and "The Big Sick." (soundcloud)
  • Dollar Bulls Have a Lot To Worry About (marketwatch)
  • Tyler Cowen talks with Senator Ben Sasse author of "The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis–and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance." (medium)
  • Fed Should Plan Income/GDP/Inflation Better (nationalreview)
  • How Apple’s iPhone changed the world: 10 years in 10 charts (recode)
  • Bonds With A Draghi Tattoo (wordpress)
  • Patrick O’Shaughnessy talks with Scott Norton co-founder of the recently acquired condiment maker Sir Kensington. (investorfieldguide)

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