09/02/15 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Plan and act, don’t react to market moves. (alephblog)
  • How warehouse clubs like Costco ($COST) have transformed the retail landscape, (washingtonpost)
  • The number of “boomerang employees” is on the rise. (bloomberg)
  • I Can’t Define Short-Term Silliness but, Like Justice Stewart, I Know It When I See It (aqr)
  • Two obvious questions arise from the Emerging Markets rout (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • The “daddy track” is still pretty hard for men to navigate. (wsj)
  • Getting started may be the hardest part of investing. (bankers-anonymous)
  • A simple primer for understanding China’s downturn. (marginalrevolution)
  • Hulu will now go ad-free….for a price. (bloomberg)
  • Bullish sentiment is rapidly waning. (thereformedbroker)
  • A Nerd’s Guide To The 2,229 Paintings At MoMA (fivethirtyeight)
  • Don’t let market volatility get you off your investment plan. (etf)
  • Lessons from Dunning-Kruger (theness)
  • Bill Gross wants the Fed to raise rates, but only if it can climb into a time machine and do it in the past. (Reuters)
  • The ADP private employment report for August grew but was still disappointing. (calculatedriskblog)
  • Nick Bilton: What will burst the Silicon Valley unicorn bubble? (Vanity Fair)
  • 5 Forces Driving the Global Stock Selloff (blogs.wsj)
  • Gold market timers have yet to throw in the towel. (marketwatch)
  • Five ways to automates your finances. (csmonitor)
  • Most Downloaded SSRN PaperEverIs All About Market Timing – and it suggests investors should currently be in cash (bloomberg)
  • The new Apple ($AAPL) TV could be a big deal. (qz)
  • After a 39% Rout, China Stocks Are Still Double Hong Kong Prices (bloomberg)
  • US market structure is a mess. (pointsandfigures)
  • A prolonged bear market will test the new robo-advisors. (institutionalinvestor)
  • Oh give me a f***ing break – Morgan Stanley issues “Full House” buy signal (Telegraph)
  • This cloud-like, futuristic material has been sneaking its way into your life since 1931 (businessinsider)
  • Why the stock market needs human traders and functionaries after all (Wall Street Journal)
  • US auto sales are on fire. (wsj)
  • In an activist-filled world, a conglomerate like Honeywell ($HON) can still thrive. (wsj)
  • Every Netflix ($NFLX) original series rated. (vulture)
  • Buying organic veggies at the supermarket is a waste of money (qz)
  • The Fed’s plan to hike interest rates (economist)
  • Market moves matter a lot less than progress toward your goals. (citylab)
  • Some good explanations on when to go with active management. (news.morningstar)
  • To put things in perspective: 13 thoughts on the market decline. (fool)
  • The economics of the stock market is simple really: buy and hold (independent.co.uk)
  • Amazon Prime ($AMZN) will now let you download some shows and movies. (fastcompany)
  • Seven lessons you should have learned from the market correction. (etf)
  • Traders trade. Investors invest. Don’t get the two confused. (bloombergview)

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