10/16/17 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Why Surge Prices Make Us So Mad: What Springsteen, Home Depot and a Nobel Winner Know (nytimes)
  • Revenue growth for the advisory biz slows down, comp requirements go up (Investment News)
  • Even Pokémon Go was used by Russian-linked meddlers in U.S. election (money.cnn)
  • Black Monday 2.0: The Next Machine-Driven Meltdown (barrons)
  • China Plots What’s Next as Influence on Global Markets Grows (Bloomberg)
  • Poll: Majorities of Both Parties Favor Increased Gun Restrictions (npr)
  • China Hastens the World Toward an Electric-Car Future (nytimes)
  • Silicon Valley Is Not Your Friend: We are beginning to understand that tech companies don’t have our best interests at heart. Did they ever?&#xA0 (nytimes)
  • Fred Wilson on crypto currency asset allocation (I know, LOL) (A VC)
  • A Corporate Tax Cut Isn’t Just a Giveaway to the Rich (Bloomberg View)
  • PayPal’s market cap eclipses American Express (Wall Street Journal)
  • Ivy League Endowments Humbled as Bull Market Beats Esoterica (Bloomberg)
  • Silicon Valley wants its own stock exchange with different rules (Wall Street Journal)
  • Some Clarity on Risk Parity (Bloomberg View)
  • Ben explains the economics of having twins (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • It’s been 602 days since last 10% decline for the S&P 500 (Fundamentalis)
  • Blackstone is pushing aggressively into private-equity products for retail investors (wsj)
  • When a $1 Million Painting Is a Bargain (bloomberg)
  • This was the greatest behavioral hack in investment history (MoneyBeat)
  • Yo would you give your house keys to Walmart so they could unload groceries for you? (Grub Street)
  • Does Monet Beat the Dow? How Artworks Perform as an Investment (bloomberg)

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