09/07/16 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Sorry, no one could have held Amazon since its IPO (Price Action Lab)
  • Evolving App Store Business Models (david-smith)
  • Nick Bilton’s inside story of how Theranos tumbled is loaded with great anecdotes (Vanity Fair)
  • Today’s must-read: Ben on how Survivorship Bias works (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • Mr. Bond, they have a saying in Chicago (Macro Man)
  • Mercedes pushes into the electric car market in China (Reuters)
  • Why Airgas Was Finally Sold, for $10 Billion Instead of $5 Billion (nytimes)
  • No "For Sale" Sign? Silicon Valley Buyers Aren’t Deterred (nytimes)
  • Austerity and the rise of populism (coppolacomment)
  • Construction worker shortage weighs on hot U.S. housing market (reuters)
  • Jack Bogle: The Undisputed Champion of the Long Run (wsj)
  • Wall Street Re-Engineers the CD—and Returns Suffer (Wall Street Journal)
  • Larry Swedroe: No, indexing isn’t ruining the stock market (ETF.com)
  • Excess Management Is Costing the U.S. $3 Trillion Per Year (hbr)
  • This Is Your Brain’s Default Setting — Here’s How And When To Change It (fastcompany)
  • Morgan Stanley lists 5 things he could do at Chipotle to print guac (Business Insider)
  • Fading College Dream Saps U.S. Economy of Productivity Miracle (bloomberg)
  • Guess who just took a 9.9% activist steak in Chipotle (CNBC)
  • Come see me at Bloomberg’s Most Influential Summit later this month! (Bloomberg Live)
  • Can we trust the EM recovery? (Institutional Investor)
  • Ask Colorado Whether Infrastructure Spending Works (bloomberg)
  • Should Britons get a "redo" on Brexit? Millions push for second referendum (m.csmonitor)

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