11/02/16 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Corporate bond market set for record year of debt issuance (ft)
  • Robo-advisory models have already moved on from passive to active. (gestaltu)
  • Can robo-advisors be fiduciaries? (wealthmanagement)
  • Asset Bubbles From Stocks to Bonds to Iron Ore Threaten China (wsj)
  • 4 of the biggest myths about voter fraud, debunked (dailydot)
  • Good luck ever trying to fix a new MacBook. (motherboard.vice)
  • Tim Cook is the new Steve Ballmer. (qz)
  • Don’t be afraid of all-time stock market highs. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • A Q&A with David Andrew about how a good financial planner can add value. (advicereinvented)
  • When do you give up on a stock? (oddballstocks)
  • Free Shipping Is A Lie: Free shipping is a top priority for online shoppers, but many merchants are struggling to keep up with the costs.&#xA0 (fastcompany)
  • Some skepticism about the robo-advisors. (pragcap)
  • How Spotify Can Tear Up the Music Biz&#xA0 (bloomberg)
  • In Iraq, the environment itself has become a weapon of war — again (vox)
  • Very few SEC-registered advisors are examined each year. (wsj)
  • Slack welcomed Microsoft to the arena with a full-page NYT ad. (qz)
  • Every political reporter’s campaign tech article ever (medium)
  • Why Amazon Alexa is so far ahead of the field. (venturebeat)
  • We’re likely mis-measuring productivity. (bloomberg)
  • What can (and cannot) be learned from a book. (blog.longreads)
  • ADP private employment jumped 147,000 in October. (calculatedriskblog)
  •  Nine Charts That Show China's Economy Is On A Tear (bloomberg)
  • The biggest benefit to diversified portfolios is a rise in safe withdrawal rates. (blog.cordantwealth)
  • Some hands-on experience with the new Apple ($AAPL) MacBook Pro. (sixcolors)
  • Women need to be careful using baseline retirement assumptions. (bloomberg)
  • Writing every day has some of the benefits of meditation. (qz)
  • Ten problems with low interest rates. (monevator)
  • The stock market is exhibiting some risk-on type behavior. (priceactionlab)
  • There Are Many Ways to Map Election Results. We’ve Tried Most of Them. (nytimes)
  • Microsoft ($MSFT) Teams is taking on Slack. (theverge)
  • Why some finance big wigs avoid e-mail altogether. (reuters)
  • An interview with Phil Shiller about the backlash against the new MacBooks. (independent.co.uk)

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