11/29/17 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Michael Arrington is launching a $100 cryptocurrency hedge fund denominated in Ripple’s XRP. (fortune)
  • Most people don’t want to deal with custodying their Bitcoin. (qz)
  • When analyzing funds, rolling returns provide more information than annual returns. (beta.morningstar)
  • Macy’s Has a Plan to Survive the Retail Apocalypse (bloomberg)
  • Five charts that show the strength in the US economy. (bloomberg)
  • Consumer confidence is soaring. (disciplinedinvesting.blogspot)
  • How Guerrilla Tactics Toppled RenTech’s Robert Mercer (institutionalinvestor)
  • Tulip bulbs vs. bitcoin: a bubble comparison (ft)
  • The comedy club scene in NYC is booming. (wsj)
  • How China’s fiscal and monetary policy will pay out over the next couple years. (themacrotourist)
  • The Internet Is Dying. Repealing Net Neutrality Hastens That Death. (nytimes)
  • Small hedge funds don’t have the wherewithal to invest in AI. (bloomberg)
  • Uber used ex-CIA agents to steal trade secrets, fired manager says. Feds are investigating (latimes)
  • How Bitcoin lines up against previous burst bubbles. (thewaiterspad)
  • Josh’ observations from the massive Consensus: Invest Conference focused on cryptocurrencies. (thereformedbroker)
  • Can CME ($CME) Bitcoin contracts really serve as useful futures? (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Vanguard wants companies to disclose more on how climate change will affect their businesses. (businessinsider)
  • Goldman Sachs ($GS) joins the ‘everything is expensive’ crowd. (bloomberg)
  • Tyler Cowen’s favorite books from 2017. (bloomberg)
  • How to survive a melt-up. (theirrelevantinvestor)
  •  How James O’Keefe Exposed the Corruption in Conservative Activist Media (commentarymagazine)
  • America’s "Retail Apocalypse" Is Really Just Beginning (bloomberg)
  • Why stock correlation figures are largely useless. (alphaarchitect)
  • Some insights on how Bitcoin gains are taxed. (avc)
  • A middle aged approach to cutting the cord. (bloomberg)
  • The natural rate of interest has been declining for decades. (crossingwallstreet)

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