08/22/17 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  •  Learning From the First Eclipse Media Event (bloomberg)
  • Can Twitter be used in ‘pump and dump’ schemes? (cxoadvisory)
  • Why the Fed is still expecting faster wage growth. (bloomberg)
  • Grade Inflation Most Rampant at Exclusive Private Schools (qz)
  • Do ETFs make for worse portfolio performance? Seems so. (alphaarchitect)
  • The cult of the portfolio manager is dead. (beta.morningstar)
  • Are retiring Baby Boomers to blame for slow wage growth? (blogs.wsj)
  • The August Storm Before the Calm (barrons)
  • Electric Vehicle Goals Ignore Scientific Facts And Statistics (forbes)
  • Should You Ever Invest Based on Happenings in Solar System? (lplresearch)
  • Treasury Shouldn’t Bail Out Fannie & Freddie’s Subordinated Debt (economics21)
  • How to properly calculate the P/E ratio of an index. (econompicdata.blogspot)
  • Offensive Valuations Totally Divorced from Reality (hussmanfunds)
  • Is the issue dual-class shares or family control? (papers.ssrn)
  • What Confederate Monument Builders Were Thinking (bloomberg)
  • A half century of macro momentum. (aqr)
  • How Hate Groups Forced Online Platforms to Reveal Their True Nature&#xA0 (nytimes)
  • When Are Those Penny Stock E-Mails a Good Idea? Never (usatoday)
  • Why you need a social media vacation. (recode)
  • Why investors buy socially responsible investments. (afajof)
  • Did ancient peoples really predict solar eclipses? (image.gsfc.nasa.gov)
  • Unfortunately, It Looks A Lot Like 1937 Here In America (linkedin)
  • What Wall Street’s Most Bullish Strategist Is Telling Clients (yahoo)
  • Renewable energy at a "tipping point" (csmonitor)
  • How a 70-Story Tower Could Transform Notion of DTLA Living (latimes)
  • Finding more lithium ain’t easy. (bloomberg)
  • Global Asset Allocation Update: No Upside To Credit (alhambrapartners)
  • My Lawsuit in Silicon Valley Failed. Others Won’t In the Future (thecut)
  • Stock Prices Still Look Attractive Now, Compared to Bonds (marketwatch)
  • Buying into a market crash is easier said than done. (ofdollarsanddata)
  • Millennials are starting to move to the suburbs and buy big SUVs. (bloomberg)
  • Is EBITDA broken? (papers.ssrn)
  • The Puzzling Slowdown Of The US Economy (crossingwallstreet)
  • Active share is only measure of many to consider when picking a fund. (etf)
  • How Far Does $1 Million Go in Retirement? (bloomberg)
  • Higher minimum wages boost the implementation of technology. (bloomberg)
  • What Is Your Value Proposition? (ritholtz)
  • Are Individual Bonds Safer Than Bond Funds? (pragcap)
  • Stock-Market Returns, Much Like Politics, Are Not Normal (bloomberg)
  • Why Is the Federal Reserve Still So Scared of Inflation? (nytimes)
  • Are Long-Term Investors the Market’s True Gamblers? New study challenges traditional thought on how value and momentum investors make money (wsj)
  • Eclipse to Cost American Employers $700M (usnews)
  • The Right Was Wrong, ACA Markets Have Not Collapsed (slate)
  • On the benefits of marrying carry and trend strategies. (mrzepczynski.blogspot)
  • 10 high-conviction stocks the ultimate stock pickers are buying. (beta.morningstar)
  • Confederate Statues and 'Our' History (nytimes)
  • Asset allocation in a low yield environment. (aqr)
  • Research shows the benefits of international diversification has not disappeared. (etf)
  • A Super Bowl Ring & A $600 Million Business (inc)
  • TIPS-implied inflation forecasts are going nowhere fast. (capitalspectator)
  • All That Glitters Is Not Gold: A Parable (econlib)
  • Why would housing returns outpace equity returns over time? (policytensor)
  • Paul Tudor Jones Wants to Crowdsource 'Good' Companies (institutionalinvestor)
  • Earnings About To Do Something They’ve Never Done (schwab)
  • In Icahn’s View, Govt Can’t Run What It Cannot Understand (newyorker)
  • Never, Ever Take A Job Before Asking These Ten Questions (forbes)
  • The Good Life: Here Are 5 Simple Steps to Retiring Rich (cnn)
  • Derek Jeter Is Now the Boss (wsj)
  • This Is the One Stock to Buy if the Stock Market Crashes (marketwatch)
  • How to ease back into work from vacation. (ft)
  • Housing Recovery Suffers, But Don’t Blame the Millennials (cnbc)
  • The Inconvenient Truth About Gore & the Climate "Experts" (investors)
  • Talk Is Cheap: Automation Takes Aim at Financial Advisers — and Their Fees (wsj)
  • What do Americans want most from a ‘just corporation’? (bloomberg)

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