11/15/16 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • A Tale of Two Tails (bessemertrust)
  • Long-short strategies are harder to implement than thought. (blog.alphaarchitect)
  • 403(b) Plans: The Flaws Teachers Should Know (shermanwealth)
  • How much do underwriters compete in the IPO market? (corpgov.law.harvard.edu)
  • Tim Berners-Lee: Facebook could fragment web (theguardian)
  • Tesla Model S Declared the Most-Loved Car in America — Again (thedrive)
  • How AHL is using machine-learning to identify new strategies. (bloomberg)
  • How factor diversification can put the odds in your favor. (etf)
  •  At Long Last: The Earnings Recession Is Finally Over (wsj)
  • Some implications on the application of momentum to ETFs. (beta.morningstar)
  • We have an unfortunate tendency to assume we’re morally superior to others (digest.bps.uk)
  • As Markets Waver, the Rich Park Money in Luxury Homes (nytimes)
  •  World’s Biggest Real Estate Frenzy Is Coming to a City Near You (bloomberg)
  • This EM Bond Selloff Isn’t Out of Control. Yet (bloomberg)
  •  Carl Sagan on Moving Beyond Us vs. Them, Bridging Conviction with Compassion, and Meeting Ignorance with Kindness (brainpickings)
  • How Morningstar fund ratings do in predicting future performance. (corporate1.morningstar)
  • Facebook’s Fight Against Fake News Was Undercut by Fear of Conservative Backlash (gizmodo)
  • The Canadian Model to Getting Very, Very Fully Funded (ai-cio)
  • US equity trading costs are at record lows. (researchaffiliates)

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