10/25/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • I’m going to listen to Patrick O’Shaughnessy’s interview of Tim Seides today, are you? (Investor’s Field Guide)
  • The biggest money mistakes we make — decade by decade (wsj)
  • The Pentagon’s “Terminator conundrum”: Robots that could kill on their Own. The U.S. has put artificial intelligence at the center of its defense strategy (nytimes)
  • David Merkel on "the plumbing of investing" is a great read (Aleph Blog)
  • The fatal mistake that doomed Samsung’s Galaxy Note (wsj)
  • What do financial markets think of the 2016 election? (brookings.edu)
  •  Brits start to count the cost of Brexit (bloomberg)
  • Why fund investors could roil bonds (wsj)
  •  A year of record heat&#xA0 (slate)
  • The countdown to the most important investing conference of the year is on (Evidence-Based Investing Conference)
  • Ratings inflation is back, subprime style (bloomberg)
  • Listen up, bond market: Inflation is coming.&#xA0 (bloomberg)
  •  How successful people work less — and get more done (qz)
  • I am Elon Musk, ask me anything about becoming a spacefaring civ! (reddit)
  • Absent a buyer, Twitter will now let go of a lot of workers (Bloomberg)
  • The trouble with obsessing over correlations is that they don’t stay (TRB)
  • Meet the new corporate power brokers: Passive investors. Index-fund managers such as Vanguard often cast deciding shareholder votes on issues such as mergers and leadership changes (wsj)
  • Microsoft’s tablet deal with the NFL has been a disaster (finance.yahoo)
  • The next supersonic airliner could be battery-powered (weforum)
  • Silicon Valley realizes that building cars is hard (Bloomberg)

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