11/15/17 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • 10 questions to ask about where to live in retirement. (wsj)
  • Why performance and fulcrum fees are banned for most financial advisors. (kitces)
  • Tax-bill blues (news.vice)
  • How to retire well: a Barron’s roundtable. (barrons)
  • Comparing the robo-advisors for those in retirement. (wsj)
  • What matters most in personal finance? (whitecoatinvestor)
  • What Vanguard’s incoming CEO told us at EBI 2017, including his favorite stocks to play the Santa Claus Rally this year (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • How Snapchat will outdo Facebook (or at least try to) (New York Times)
  • IVF is both a health and financial issue to deal with. (castlebaram)
  • How does the rise of the tech giants change the macroeconomy? (ft)
  • LA’s New Hype King Has Cracked How Millennials Spend (bloomberg)
  • Check for unclaimed property every year. (medium)
  • A Record Number Of Investors Are Exposed To “Higher Than Normal Risk” (ValueWalk)
  • How to built an investment advisor cybersecurity program. (alphaarchitect)
  • Is there a relationship between money and happiness? (evidenceinvestor.co.uk)
  • Caution alone is not an investment strategy (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • Economics isn’t a bogus science — we just don’t use it correctly (latimes)
  • Mercedes-Benz plans up to 150 software engineers at Seattle R&D office (Seattle Times)
  • Demonitization has not put a dent in the Indian stock market. (indexologyblog)
  • On the value of donating appreciated securities. (vanguardblog)
  • TIAA was once viewed as the gold standard, not any more. (nytimes)
  • Famed momentum investor Warren Buffett sells IBM on the lows, adds to Apple at the highs (Reuters)
  • MasterCard has filed a patent on its own blockchain-based money transfer solution (TechCrunch)
  • Five things you should push on in your Twenties. (medium)
  • Dan Solin, "Advisors are not life coaches and shouldn’t try to become one." (danielsolin)
  • The most important number for your financial health/happiness is your fixed living costs. (humbledollar)
  • No end in sight for passive boom, says investing pioneer (ft)
  • The economics profession is facing its own replication crisis. (wired)
  • What happens to your spending when you stop using your Amazon.com account. (humbledollar)
  • You will learn a lot more in your first years out of college than in college. (qz)
  • Our friend Meb Faber joins the Billion Dollar Club (ETF Trends)
  • Fund managers love the Eurozone but hate the UK. (fat-pitch.blogspot)
  • 5 investing do’s and don’ts. (behavioralvalueinvestor)
  • The 2017 Wall Street Oasis Hedge Fund Report. (wallstreetoasis)
  • Millennials love travel reward credit cards. (tearsheet.co)
  • What you should do before selling your house. (financialsamurai)
  • My guys Mike and Ben launched their new podcast, Animal Spirits, this morning. Subscribe and listen now! (iTunes)
  • Betterment is making it easier for clients to donate shares to charity. (investmentnews)
  • FAANG SCHMAANG: Don’t blame the overvaluation of the S&P solely on information technology (gmo)
  • How to spend less. (peterlazaroff)
  • Bitcoin exchanges are a weak link in the chain. (bloomberg)
  •  The star that blew up a little … then blew up a lot (syfy)
  • Wall Street’s Invasion of the Legal Weed Market (institutionalinvestor)
  • Robert Shiller is worried about the free-rider problem with indexing. (pragcap)
  • Two Stars Slammed Into Each Other And Solved Half Of Astronomy’s Problems. What Comes Next? (fivethirtyeight)
  • The CAPE ratio is 13% too high according to this model. (frbsf)
  • Education isn’t enough for better investing. (validea)
  • When will the Earth try to kill us again? (arstechnica)
  • "Income and corporate taxes are just part of the tax system." (calculatedriskblog)
  • David Swensen is nervous. (bloomberg)
  • A possible scenario for retirees that have undersaved. (alphabaskets)
  • Airlines are having little problem finding money to lease airplanes. (bloomberg)

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