09/06/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • How to Make Your Mind Happy, According to Neuroscience (time)
  • How Andreessen Horowitz’s returns stack up. (wsj)
  • 5,000 Years Of Interest Rates And Your Bond Fund (ValueWalk)
  • Your goal from an acquisition should be: "It’s business as usual except better." (feld)
  • Research Affiliates: is there a good reason NOT to have a value bias? (ETF.com)
  • There is a difference between the actionable and observable. (stockcharts)
  • Company cash balances are hitting a wall. (bloomberg)
  • This Guy Documented His First Week of Work at Target & It’s Hilarious (refinery29)
  • Examining the differences in volatility between active funds and their passive counterparts (Indexology)
  • Confessions of an asset allocator. (thepfengineer)
  • A Q&A with Bill Gurley. (quora)
  • The non-farm payrolls report is a mess of misinformation. (dashofinsight)
  • The case for a Fed rate hike this month is weak. (capitalspectator)
  • Lessons learned from the founder of Brightroll. (medium)
  • Robots are coming: What can theory and several centuries of economic history teach us? (Bank Underground)
  • Japanese JGB yields are rising rapidly. (bloomberg)
  • There’s no such thing as ‘low hanging fruit.’ (m.signalvnoise)
  • You can’t fully access the emerging markets just buying multi-nationals. (wsj)
  • Which countries have the best programmers? (priceonomics)
  • Lessons of past unconventional monetary policy (voxeu)
  • The War on Stupid People (The Atlantic)
  • Is Technology Making Us Too Bullish on Stocks? (Enterprising Investor)
  • Connecting Your Car to Your Smartphone Can Make Auto Data Work for You (wsj)
  • Why you should switch from the jobs loop to the "knowledge loop." (continuations)
  • How Twelve and a Half Cents Changed History (theirrelevantinvestor)
  • Comparing the big aggregate bond ETFs. (etf)
  • Not every startup is on the up and up. (mobile.nytimes)
  • We’re all just Amenomaniacs these days (TRB)
  •  Automatic Pro (automatic)
  • Working at a startup as a substitute for an MBA. (fastcompany)
  • The seed business is rapidly consolidating. (ft)
  • Why launching a consumer-facing app is so difficult now. (avc)
  • So what exactly could be wrong with having taco trucks on every corner? (latimes)
  •  This is what successful and happy people focus on (weforum)
  • Junk bond spreads have been tightening nearly all year. (wsj)
  • New apps are not dead yet. (businessinsider)
  • Stop believing billionaires are better than you. (medium)
  • Millennials heart ETFs. (wsj)
  • Three lessons a startup CEO needed to unlearn from time at Apple ($AAPL). (fastcompany)
  • The August ISM Non-manufacturing index was down sharply. (calculatedriskblog)
  • The Twitter ($TWTR) soap opera rolls on. (recode)
  • 10 Commandments of Financial Modeling (The Big Picture)
  • VC returns are not real until they are in the bank. (pointsandfigures)

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