10/17/17 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Funds That Can Put Your Investments on a Low-Carbon Diet (nytimes)
  • Morgan Stanley smashes estimates on strength in wealth management (REUTERS)
  • Google is essentially building an anti-Amazon alliance, and Target is the latest to join (recode)
  • Americans are willing to pay $177 a year to avoid climate change (vox)
  • The Money-Losing Volatility Trade That Hedge Funds Can’t Resist (Bloomberg)
  • Black Monday was a 25-sigma event (Price Action Lab)
  • Echoes of Black Monday (bloomberg)
  • Japan’s Back, Baby (institutionalinvestor)
  • Why Puerto Rico’s Electric Grid Stood No Chance Against Maria (fivethirtyeight)
  •  Neutron-Star Collision Shakes Space-Time and Lights Up the Sky (quantamagazine)
  • The feedback on my Own The Robots post has been explosive. Read it here ICYMI: (TRB)
  • One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to end (medium)
  •  Your Next Home Could Run on Batteries (wsj)
  • Victor Haghani: What didn’t happen on Black Monday (Elm Funds)
  • Goldman Sachs crushes earnings estimates by almost a dollar (Business Insider)
  • Wells Fargo financial advisors don’t know how volatility ETFs work (Wall Street Journal)
  • Stadion Funds has collected almost as much in fees as it has delivered in gains and income for more than a decade. (Morningstar)
  •  Send Mitt Romney to Puerto Rico: The island needs an adviser to navigate Washington, Wall Street and an uncertain future. He’s perfect (slate)
  • Fed’s John Williams: The data under-represents the strength of the economy (New York Times)
  • The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More. (nytimes)
  • Electric Car vs. Winter (mrmoneymustache)
  • Advice for aspiring traders: Buy what’s already going up (Irrelevant Investor)
  • Tony: Transferring risk won’t make it disappear (Investment News)
  • Why, Oh Why, Can’t We Have a Decent Stock Bubble? (wsj)
  • The Crash of ’87, From the Wall Street Players Who Lived It&#xA0 (bloomberg)
  • Gravitational Wave Astronomers Hit Mother Lode (scientificamerican)
  • How Google’s Quantum Computer Could Change the World (Wall Street Journal)
  • Blockchain expert pens open letter to Jamie (Chain)

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