10/06/15 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Apple Executives Mark Anniversary of Steve Jobs’s Death With Personal Tributes (recode)
  • Bankers are getting involved ever earlier with startups. (businessinsider)
  • The case for capitulation in the energy sector. (shortsideoflong)
  • Tom Brakke, “It’s easy to lose sight of how investment advice is shaped by the business model of the person and/or organization providing it..” (researchpuzzle)
  • New bear market threat forces the issue: How much can you stand to lose? (latimes)
  • 19 lessons learned from 100 seed investments. (blog.semilshah)
  • China’s Middle-Class Dreams in Peril: Smaller cities on the cusp of China’s transformation toward consumer-driven growth struggle to overcome ill effects of previous economic model (wsj)
  • Twitter ($TWTR) is nothing if not entertaining. (bloombergview)
  • Goldman’s O’Neill Comes Up Short on active investing (etf)
  • ‘Wiring diagrams’ link lifestyle to brain function (nature)
  • The $VIX is once again below 20. (crossingwallstreet)
  • The problem with subscription businesses: churn. (businessinsider)
  • The possibility of “insider trading” at daily fantasy sports sites is now an open issue. (nytimes)
  • ETF investors can’t get enough of the actively managed SPDR DoubleLine Total Return Tactical ETF ($TOTL). (etftrends)
  • Greece’s bond market is the best performing YTD. (blogs.wsj)
  • Why this issue is a big deal. (techinsider.io)
  • Tips for aspiring angel investors including ‘beware flattery.’ (nytimes)
  • There are no signs of global inflation. (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Alphabet is buying a stake in Bloomberg-competitor Symphony. (ft)
  • The problems facing Evernote. (businessinsider)
  • Why aren’t bond ladders more popular? (etf)
  • Stocks are set to enter the best six-month period of the year. (blogs.wsj)
  • Pithy, Mean and Powerful: How Donald Trump Mastered Twitter for 2016 (nytimes)
  • Amazon Prime is wreaking havoc on college campuses. (businessinsider)
  • The Surprise About Weak U.S. Profits Is How Strong They Are (bloomberg)
  • Yale has been a great training ground for endowment managers. (bloomberg)
  • What can you do if a VC pulls their term sheet. (bothsidesofthetable)
  • Who Owns Stocks? It’s Not Just the Rich (blogs.wsj)
  • The mattress industry is having its Silicon Valley moment. (wsj)
  • I’m Trying to Run for President, but the Democrats Won’t Let Me (politico)
  • Pharmaceutical companies are addicted to price hikes. (wsj)
  • More signs of slowing US economic growth. (capitalspectator)
  • 12 Surprising Facts about Nobel Prizes (scientificamerican)
  • FanDuel and DraftKings control 95% of the DFS market. (wsj)
  • Why DraftKings and FanDuel should merge. (fortune)
  • Activist investors are making increasingly bigger bets. (nytimes)
  • Norway may soon need to start tapping its sovereign wealth fund. (bloomberg)
  • An interview with the CEO of FanDuel. (fortune)
  • What celebrities need to know before investing in startups. (fortune)
  • Keep an eye on the high yield market for stresses. (forbes)
  • Ben Bernanke is “deeply annoyed” with his critics. (marginalrevolution)
  • Markets are more liquid but prone to spikes in illiquidity. (bloomberg)
  • Warren Buffett and Jeremy Grantham have been warning us about this moment for years (businessinsider)
  • After a 1996 Mass Shooting, Australia Enacted Strict Gun Laws. It Hasn’t Had a Similar Massacre Since. (slate)
  • Longest S&P 500 Rally of Year Puts Ceiling in Reach as VIX Drops (bloomberg)
  • When the whole unicorn thing passes cockroaches will rule again. (medium)

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