09/15/17 – Friday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • The great nutrient collapse: The atmosphere is literally changing the food we eat, for the worse. And almost nobody is paying attention (politico)
  • How much faith do Fed officials have in their inflation forecasts? (bloomberg)
  • Comparing this decline to previous declines in Bitcoin. (stocktwits)
  • Russ Roberts and Noah Smith on technology and the terms of global trade. (a16z)
  • The Game-Changing Cars and Concepts at the Frankfurt Motor Show (bloomberg)
  • Brett McKay talks with Adam Gazzaley author of "The Distracted Mind" about the challenge of our devices. (artofmanliness)
  • Why the SEC is closely monitoring the ICO boom. (bloomberg)
  • Some insights on Apple’s ($AAPL) many announcements this week including a surprising take on the iPhone 8. (daringfireball)
  • Why its important to take a look inside the new iPhones. (lefsetz)
  • Scott Galloway talks with Kara Swisher about what Amazon ($AMZN) should buy next. (l2inc)
  • Going cashless speeds things up at retail. (fortune)
  • Rich People From These Nations Hide the Most Offshore Wealth (bloomberg)
  • The Ultimate Guide to Making Smart Decisions (farnamstreetblog)
  • ESG investing is just beginning to scratch the surface. (ritholtz)
  • Nir Eyal talks with Adam Alter author of "The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked." (overcast.fm)
  • Which countries have the most complex economies? (visualcapitalist)
  • Six options on how to invest in a low-return world. (bloomberg)
  • Going sober but staying social: lessons from a year of living clean. (thebasispoint)
  • Tim Ferriss talks with Ray Dalio about his new book "Principles: Life and Work." (tim.blog)
  • James Altucher talks with Paul Shaffer. (acast)
  • 37+ global investors share their top strategies for investing in China. I’m speaking at this free online-only event with the likes of Jim Rogers, Kevin Kelley and Jack Schwager. (adamc73334.clickfunnels)
  • How to channel impostor syndrome for productive uses. (qz)
  • The Second-Class Office Workers: For millions of Americans who work as contractors, real careers are out of reach and each day brings reminders that they live in a different world than the employees sitting nearby. (wsj)
  • Goldman Sachs ($GS) risks changing what once made it so alluring. (economist)
  • Dan Harris talks with Dan Goleman and Richie Davidson co-authors of “Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain and Body.” (overcast.fm)
  • Zach Lowe talks with Sam Walker author of "The Captain Class." (espn)
  • Mapping The Potential Economic Effects Of Climate Change (NPR)
  • How to Quantify Sustainability’s Impact on Your Bottom Line (HBR)
  • Has the crypto-hedge fund boom come to an end? (dealbreaker)
  • Markets are always evolving and you only know a little bit. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Meb Faber sit down again to chat. (investorfieldguide)
  • The Emerging Market of Green Bonds (Neighborly)
  • a16z’s Hanne Tidnam talks with Bob Sutton author of "The Asshole Survival Guide" and Michael Dearing, Founder of Harrison Metal about tackling asshole behavior. (soundcloud)
  • Get Howard Lindzon’s new book "8 to 80: The Next 1000% Stocks and Trends Everyone Can Ride" for just $7.95. (howardlindzonbook)
  • Strive to be a 1-percenter in something useful. (financialsamurai)
  • The case for stock buybacks. (hbr)
  • SPACs could be the new IPO for tech startups. (techcrunch)
  • Now is EXACTLY when we should be talking about climate change (syfy)
  • Five mutual funds that don’t exist that should. (beta.morningstar)
  • Latest Carbon Capture Projects Look Encouraging (Bloomberg)
  • Should the Ferrari ($RACE) spin-off be a model for other automakers? (businessinsider)
  • Nobody Knows What LaCroix “Essence” Is, Nobody Seems To Care (consumerist)
  • Why the consumer credit ratings agencies are at-risk of more regulation. (economist)
  • Martin Shkreli’s $2 Million Wu-Tang Album Might Not Be a Wu-Tang Album: Was a man convicted of fraud defrauded about the most expensive record ever sold? (bloomberg)
  • How an Austrian economist explains the Tulip bubble. (bloomberg)

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